If you watched Liverpool's swashbuckling display against Crystal Palace, you'll wonder where you could improve the side.
The Premier League leaders have an attacking trio to die for, exemplified in the third goal of their 4-0 win.
However, great sides must continually seek improvement or risk falling by the wayside. So, it should come as no shock that Jurgen Klopp is seeking reinforcements. Reinforcements, in this case, come in the guise of Wolves winger Adama Traore.
The Spaniard has had a breakout season at Molineux, scoring six and assisting 12 in all competitions. His link-up play with striker Raul Jimenez was evidenced in Wolves' 1-0 win over relegation-threatened Bournemouth. This form has lead to a number of clubs becoming interested in the former Barcelona wideman.
According to Miguel Rico of Mundo Deportivo, Liverpool are one such club in the hunt for Traore's signature. The outlet is reporting that Liverpool, as well as several other clubs, have offers on the table for Traore.
Rico also stated that Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo is "unsure" if Traore will remain at Wanderers in the future.
In the aftermath of the Reds failure to sign long-term target Timo Werner, Jurgen Klopp remarked that Traore was "unplayable" at times when at full tilt.
It has also been mooted that Liverpool could be planning a double swoop for Traore and his teammate Ruben Neves. The duo could set the Reds back a reported £110 million.
Liverpool are also seemingly keen on Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago, with the Spanish international out of contract at the Allianz Arena next summer and currently valued at £45 million.
The Reds are also interested in Lille striker Victor Osimhen, although AC Milan are in the driver's seat to secure the Nigerian international's signature.