Liverpool transfer news roundup: Salah bid, Gravenberch uncertainty, Luiz discussions

We have officially started the final week of the transfer window. We are in panic buy territory now, people. Here are today's Liverpool rumours...

Where else to start but with Mohamed Salah? CBS say Al Ittihad are preparing to make a bid worth up to £129m for the Egyptian forward – though only £86m of that would be guaranteed with the rest divided into add-ons. Read more on that here.

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher, meanwhile, told Sky Sports that he would only consider a figure over £150m to sell Salah this summer. That all, Jamie?

Elsewhere, Football Transfers claim that Liverpool have privately drawn up contingency plans should Salah leave, with Joao Felix among the possible replacements.

Bayern Munich's Ryan Gravenberch admitted to Bild he doesn't know what will happen in the coming days (do any of us, really?) as transfer talk continues apace towards Deadline Day. Read more on that here.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are not giving up hope of landing Gravenberch either. Christian Falk claims they could try and land a 'swap loan deal' for the Netherlands international using... Scott McTominay of all people.

Cheick Doucoure will cost in excess of £50m, according to RMC Sport. Their report says Liverpool have 'probed' the Mali international who plays for Crystal Palace.

There's been a brand new midfielder linked with the Reds. Ben Jacobs says Liverpool have 'internally discussed' Aston Villa's Douglas Luiz. Now they just need to externally put a bid in.

Liverpool, Spurs and Nottingham Forest are all interested in versatile Juventus full back Andrea Cambiaso, according to Calciomercato.

Wales Online say that Swansea City are keen on a loan move for young Liverpool left back Luke Chambers, with a Leverkusen switch now unlikely.

Newcastle could get their own back on Liverpool after Sunday's humiliation by moving for Reds target and Sporting CP defender Goncalo Inacio, according to Football Transfers.

And finally, Man City have made a second bid for long-time Liverpool linked midfielder Matheus Nunes, says Fabrizio Romano.

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