Liverpool have only brought in one new face in January – but are prepared to let players leave from their injury-hit squad.
The Reds are currently without the likes of Virgil van Dijk and Diogo Jota among many others, as Jurgen Klopp's side sit ninth in the Premier League table. So far, only Cody Gakpo has moved to Anfield. The Dutchman is yet to score.
But with Klopp seeming pessimistic regarding new signings, it seems as if bodies have to leave Merseyside before new blood is brought in.
The 19-year-old was an exciting acquisition in the summer, expected to serve as deputy to Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back and highly thought of back in Scotland. As it stands, he's played once in the League Cup and once in Europe.
Swansea City are seen as a potential destination for the young defender, who signed a five-year contract for an initial fee of just over £4 million back in the summer. Ramsay became a club record sale for Aberdeen at the time.
37-year-old James Milner has filled in at right-back for the Reds this season in Alexander-Arnold's absence. The veteran utility man became the second-youngest Premier League player ever when he came on as a substitute for his senior Leeds United debut in 2002… the year before Ramsay was even born.
Liverpool's other summer signings, Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho, have had mixed reviews so far. Nunez has attracted criticism and praise in almost equal part from fans, while Carvalho has looked bright but struggled to break into Klopp's side on a regular basis.
Ramsay is valued at €5m by Transfermarkt (opens in new tab).
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Moises Caicedo could be one of two Brighton midfielders heading to Merseyside: the Reds are said to be in a four-way race to sign Alexis Mac Allister, with three European sides also reportedly keen on the Argentine World Cup winner.
Liverpool are also thought to be working on a £44m summer deal for Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes, while they could go head-to-head with Tottenham for for Sofyan Amrabat, who starred for Morocco at Qatar 2022.
In other news, recent Anfield arrival Cody Gakpo has revealed that compatriot Virgil van Dijk influenced his decision to join the Reds.
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