Liverpool could look to use their good working relationship with Wolves in the future for further transfers, it has been reported.
Liverpool have done recent business with the Molineux-based club that has seen the likes of Diogo Jota arrive on Merseyside.
Indeed, the Portuguese forward has proven a real hit since his arrival at Anfield and should go onto to even higher heights during his stay in L4, which is really promising to see.
That said, it would not be such a surprise to see the Reds looking to use that same route for further transfers in the windows ahead and the Liverpool Echo says that is a distinct possibility:
🚨 NEW: Liverpool retain a good working relationship with Wolves and are understood to be admirers of a handful of the current crop at Molineux. #awlive [liverpool echo]
— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) January 5, 2022
Anfield Watch Verdict
Which players of Wolves' that are on the radar at Liverpool remains to be discovered but you can have a guess with some of the quality the Old Gold possesses.
Ruben Neves is a particularly impressive player in the middle of the park, whilst Adama Traore has been linked considerably with Liverpool in the recent past and is an attacking player that you could see heading to the Reds and reaching a higher level.
Pedro Neto, meanwhile, is perhaps the pick of the bunch at Wolves at the moment and is a footballer who seems destined to be playing at the very highest level for years to come.
The Reds, then, may be well placed to try and use that to their advantage but, of course, money is what talks at the end of the day and Wolves will still want reasonable fees for any of their players if they do come to sell.