Throughout the summer, Liverpool embarked on a renewal of their midfielders, acquiring Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, and Wataru Endo.
Just in time for the transfer deadline, the club also succeeded in acquiring longtime interested Dutch U-21 midfielder Ryan Gravenberch.
In total, they have added four midfielders to their squad, and there are rumors of further reinforcements, with Fluminense midfielder Andre being the top candidate.
However, not only Brazil, but also Argentina is being looked at, and Liverpool is also interested in Boca Juniors midfielder Ezequiel Fernández, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 21-year-old midfielder has made 39 appearances this season despite a suspension and a knee injury.
His main position is at the bottom of midfield, where he is expected to fill the hole left by Brazilian midfielder Fabinho, who left in the summer, along with the national team captain and Stefan Bajcetic.
Although he was selected for the Argentina U-17 national team, he has been away from the national team in recent years.
He has started nearly half of his 39 games for the club, and it is hard to imagine Liverpool reaching out to a player who has yet to become an absolute mainstay of the club.
The young midfielder, who has also attracted the interest of Benfica and AC Milan, is unlikely to land at Anfield, but there are still routes to England via Italy and Portugal.
Which club will the up-and-coming prospect move to…?