Liverpool are lining up a £47 million triple January raid in a bid to fix their broken season, as reported by the Daily Star.
The three players that they are thought to be lining up are Chelsea’s Petr Cech, Porto forward Jackson Martinez and Norwich City’s wing wizard Nathan Redmond, according to reports.
Boss Brendan Rodgers is thought to want the trio of talents in order to improve his side’s displays, which have been poor and seen them fall down the table.
Cech is no longer first choice at Stamford Bridge after the return from loan of Thibaut Courtois, who has supplanted him.
He could be bought as a replacement for Simon Mignolet, and cost Liverpool around £7 million.
Martinez is also a known target, and would cost around £30 million.
Rodgers is also considering a move for Redmond.
The England under-21 international would welcome a move back to the top flight, and would likely cost around £10 million.