Liverpool are reconsidering a move for Borussia Dortmund and England forward Jadon Sancho, according to reports.
The Sun quote Bild reporter Christian Faulkner, who has revealed Liverpool are now back in the running for the 21-year-old.
"He is on the list, especially because they don't know what will happen with [Mohamed] Salah, who is always a bit on the move and thinking about a transfer.
"Chelsea are also very interested, as we have reported, and also Spain lures him again and again.
"If Salah were to be sold or he says he doesn't want to be at the club any more then there would surely be movement on Sancho with Liverpool."
Liverpool are 5/1, with Chelsea 10/1.
The club's qualification for the Champions League has definitely strengthened their hand.
The Hundred could be hit for six by Australian withdrawals
Cricket: The Hundred could be hit by the withdrawal of several Australian players because of border controls in Australia due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Times.
The Australian batter Rachel Haynes has withdrawn from her contract with Oval Invincibles and it is expected she will be joined by other Australian men and women.
Australian players would have to quarantine for two weeks in a government approved hotel on their return home.
Given the relatively low level of remuneration for female players - the maximum pay for women in the tournament is £15,000 - a number of those from Australia are considering whether the travel restrictions and isolation periods are worth it.
Ellyse Perry (Birmingham Phoenix), Meg Lanning (Welsh Fire) and Alyssa Healy (Northern Superchargers) are also due to take part.
The men's competition may also be hit with players coming from red-listed countries, including Pakistan and South Africa and others from countries that would require quarantine on their return home.
Glenn Maxwell, David Warner and Aaron Finch are among the Australian men involved.
However, there is a vast difference in pay, with players in the men's competition earning between £100,000 and £200,000.
The competition kicks off on Wednesday, July 21.
London Spirit are 5/1, with Oval Invincibles 6/1.
Scotland fans being 'exploited' by £124 kit
SOCCER: There is outrage in Scotland over the high price of the country's Euros-branded kit.
JD Sports have exclusive right to sell the Adidas kit, with shorts costing £72, shorts £35 and socks £17. A kids' jersey is £57.
Marketing expert Nigel Currie accused JD Sports and Adidas of "exploiting the euphoria" of Scotland qualifying, while West of Scotland Tartan Army's Hamish Husband said it was "blatant profiteering".
Optimistic fans hoping to recoup the cost of the kit, can back Steve Clarke's side to win the tournament at 200/1.
* All odds correct at time of publication