Jude Bellingham and the 12 Liverpool players have the tip to sign this transfer window

Liverpool have already completed their first summer transfer deal but could look to add more names to the group ahead of the 2022/23 season.

The Reds recently announced a deal had been finalized for Fulham midfielder Fabio Carvalho after missing out on the teenage star during the January transfer window. Jurgen Klopp’s side continue to be linked with moves for a whole host of other players, although it remains to be seen who could be on the way to Anfield.

As rumors continue to circulate as to who are potential transfer targets, we took a look at special markets on SkyBet to see which stars Liverpool are set to sign this summer.

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Jude Bellingham – 2/1

Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham is currently listed as the current favorite to be signed by the Reds this summer. The talented midfielder has become a key player for the German giants despite his young age and ECHO understand Liverpool are huge admirers of the England international.

However, due to the departure of Erling Haaland, a sale of the Bundesliga club this summer is unlikely. Dortmund are reluctant to let two of their top-rated players go in the same transfer window.

Harry Kane- 4/1

Perhaps a surprising name on this list for many backers. The Tottenham Hotspur striker tried to plot a move to Manchester City last summer but his efforts fell through as Lilywhites chairman Daniel Levy stood up to his star. Liverpool are currently listed as the most likely team for Kane, ahead of Manchester United (6/1), Chelsea (12/1) and Newcastle United (12/1).

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Jarrod Bowen – 4/1

A transfer link that just won’t go away with the Reds. The West Ham forward enjoyed an impressive season with the London club, registering double-digit goals and assists in the Premier League. Under contract until 2025, the Hammers are likely to demand an exorbitant sum for the 25-year-old. Manchester United, Newcastle, Manchester City and Chelsea are also considered possible targets.

Darwin Nunez – 5/1

The Benfica forward is in high demand after his goalscoring both domestically and among the European elite this season. However, Liverpool are not currently seen as the leading contender to recruit the Uruguayan star, with Manchester United leading the way (2/1).

Serge Gnabry 8/1

Given Sadio Mane’s move to Bayern Munich, an interesting development would be for Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry to go in the opposite direction. Real Madrid (5/2), Juventus (9/2) and Arsenal (5/1) are believed to be ahead of Liverpool in a potential deal.

Robert Lewandowski – 10/1

Robert Lewandowski has confirmed at a press conference his intention to leave Bayern Munich in the coming weeks as the Polish striker seeks a new challenge. Barcelona have long been favorites for the towering striker whose departure could pave the way for Mane’s move.

Youri Tielemans 1.10

The Leicester City midfielder has remained linked with Liverpool for the past 18 months, although rumors of the Belgian’s Anfield link have slowly died down in recent months. Tielemans is expected to remain in the Premier League, according to bookmakers, with Arsenal priced at 5/6 to complete a deal.

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Ousmane Dembele – 1.12

Dembele has fallen out of favor at Barcelona due to injury problems and a lack of consistency and will leave the Spanish giants on a free transfer this summer when his contract expires. PSG (5/4) and Chelsea (6/4) are the two clubs in pole position to land the Frenchman.

Christian Eriksen – 16/1

Christian Eriksen has caught the eye during his brief stint at Brentford this season, helping the Bees comfortably avoid relegation. Gary Neville recently urged the Reds to opt for the Danish playmaker, although Sky Bet believe staying a part of Thomas Frank’s side is the most plausible outcome at this point.

Declan Rice – 16/1

It seems only a matter of time before Declan Rice joins from West Ham to pursue his dream of competing at Champions League level. Chelsea and Manchester United have long been favorites and Liverpool’s 16/1 odds are unlikely to fall further in the coming weeks.

Ivan Toney – 16/1

Liverpool learned the quality of Ivan Toney the hard way after he lined up against the Brentford striker this season. It’s his former club Newcastle who are seen as the front-runners for the England striker at 3/1. Arsenal, West Ham and United are mentioned as alternative options.

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