Liverpool is preparing to face Tottenham in the Champions League final on Saturday and hope to end their long stay for money.
The Reds lost to the Real Madrid Champions League final last season and have not won a competition since winning the League Cup in 2012.
There will be a busy turn to next season following the show in Madrid. Liverpool claimed 97 points this season but had not won the league, so some additions to the squad would not become ill.
It is about continuing to be competitive alongside Manchester City, which will probably strengthen themselves after Vincent Kompany's decision to move forward.
West Ham United forward Felipe Anderson has appeared as a shock transfer target for Jurgen Klopp this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
The Brazilian has enjoyed a first major campaign in the Premier League since it was signed by Lazio for £ 36 million (BBC Sport). Featuring in 40 games in each competition, ten goals netted and five registered to assist.
At the age of 26, Anderson still represents work in progress and that would make it a good sign for Liverpool. Klopp has shown his ability to significantly improve players and could have a very positive impact on Anderson's career.
Flexibility would make it a quality addition to the Liverpool ranks. At the London Stadium, he has played either through the middle or on the sides and that would be good considering how Klopp likes to join.
Overall, the West Ham star could be a strong asset to the Liverpool squad for next season.