Liverpool transfer news roundup: Almada interest, Beier listed, Caicedo reveal

Did you know it's only a little over 12 weeks until the transfer window opens again? It's only 86 days away!!

Here's all the latest Liverpool transfer news rounded up for you – including a Premier League twin and an actual child. Get stuck in.

Thiago Almada

According to notoriously unreliable gossipmongers Fichajes, Liverpool and Manchester United are both considering bidding for Atlanta United's Argentina international Thiago Almada for next summer.

Julian Hall

Staying stateside, Liverpool have also been name-checked among the many clubs taking an interest in New York Red Bulls wonderkid Julian Hall.

90min say Liverpool, along with Chelsea, Man City and pretty much every big European club you can name have scouted the 15-year-old. FIFTEEN. Game's gone.

Quinten Timber

Meanwhile, 90min also claim that Liverpool are also interested in Feyenoord midfielder Quinten Timber, who is the twin brother of Arsenal summer signing Jurrien.

Maximilian Beier

Christian Falk has said that Hoffenheim's 20-year-old front man Maximilian Beier is 'definitely' on Liverpool's list of targets, while he has a release clause of just €20m.

Everton are also interested, but realistically, who's he gonna choose if it comes down to it?

Read the full story here.

Lois Openda

Falk also claims that Liverpool could be looking at RB Leipzig's 23-year-old Belgian forward Lois Openda, who has been linked with Manchester United lately.

Khephren Thuram

Khephren Thuram (OGC Nice)

Will there ever be a time again when Liverpool aren't linked with Kephren Thuram?

Tutto Juve say the Reds are still keen on the Nice guy.

Moises Caicedo

The agent of Moises Caicedo has admitted Liverpool offered a 'more stable project' than Chelsea in the short-term, as he discussed the reasons why his client ended up at Stamford Bridge and not Anfield.

Read the full story here.

Andy Carroll

And finally, Big Andy Carroll (remember him?) has revealed he 'hoped' he would fail his Liverpool medical such was his uncertainty about the doomed transfer back in 2011.

Read the full story here.

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