Liverpool transfer news roundup: Fabinho replacements shortlist, Andre competition & more

Here's a summary of everything you need to know about the latest Liverpool transfer news this Monday...

Fabinho's deal to join Al-Ittihad of Saudi Arabia now seems imminent. Sky Sports say the midfielder has been given permission to have a medical ahead of the £40m deal.

Fabrizio Romano adds that Liverpool and Al-Ittihad are now just sorting out payment structure for Fabinho's transfer.

Melissa Reddy sent fans into a flutter with a long list of targets Liverpool might look at to replace Fabinho — Sofyan Amrabat, Ryan Gravenberch, Kalvin Phillips, Romeo Lavia, Nicolo Barella, Khephren Thuram, Florentino Luis, Joao Palhinha and Teun Koopmeiners are all named.

However, she also caveated it by adding that the next arrival could be someone completely different as the Reds "love a surprise signing". So, to sum up: who knows?

Could it be Andre Trindade? Liverpool have "been spoken to" by the representatives of Brazil international (pictured above shouting at a ref), who is wanted by Fulham, say 90min.

Emmanuel Luiz even claims the Reds will "present an offer" for the Fluminense midfielder.

One man highly unlikely to join Liverpool is Aurelien Tchouameni. Fabrizio Romano says Real Madrid want to keep their €80m midfielder. Fair enough, really.

Back to outgoings, and Jordan Henderson's Saudi deal remains in purgatory. The Echo say personal terms are agreed but the Reds are still waiting on a suitable offer, with the £20m Al-Hilal spent on Kalidou Koulibaly a possible reference point.

Profoundly unreliable Spanish outlet Nacional claim Liverpool's asking price for Thiago is €12m.

Cadena Cope's Victor Navarro says Barça may target Thiago as the "cheaper option" if they can't pull off a deal for Bernardo Silva.

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