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A look at all the latest Liverpool transfer rumours as the Reds continue to reflect on Sunday’s dramatic Carabao Cup final win.
The dust is still settling on Liverpool’s dramatic Carabao Cup final win over Chelsea.
It took a nervy 120 minutes and 22 penalties for Liverpool to be crowned champions, but the Reds got there in the end.
And they turn attention to another cup in the form of the FA Cup on Wednesday when they take on Norwich City.
In the meantime, the planning for next season continues, with Jurgen Klopp hoping to improve his already strong squad.
And here we take a look at all the latest rumours surrounding Liverpool:
Liverpool could be dealt a setback in their reported bid to land West Ham United star Jarrod Bowen.
Bowen has been excellent this season, and he continues to be linked with a move to Anfield amid uncertainty over the long-term future of the likes of Mo Salah.
According to CaughtOffside, the Reds could come up against a price tag as high as £75million, with the Hammers well aware of the talent they have in possession.
Fresh forward target
Another forward the Reds are now being linked with is Villarreal winger Yeremy Pino.
According to Fichajes, Liverpool are considering a move for the 19-year-old, who is seen as one of the biggest young talents in Spain.
He won the Europa League with Villarreal last season, starting the final, and become the youngest player to score four goals in one game in La Liga over the weekend.
Nunez price on the up
Another forward to have a rising price tag is Benfica frontman Darwin Nunez.
Nunez has been linked with the Reds ahead of this summer, and he was said to have a price tag of around £55m.
But according to Record via the Express, Benfica are now likely to raise that asking price, bolstered by the £125m release clause they hold in the player.


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