This summer Liverpool have been restrained in the transfer market. The Reds have decided against a spending spree and have only brought in one first team player as a result. However, there are plenty of rumours that the club could bring in some new faces later on in the window. Here are six Liverpool transfers that would constitute a successful window:

We look at six Liverpool transfers that would make a successful window.

We look at six Liverpool transfers that would make a successful window. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Brewster out, Daka in

Hear me out.

Rhian Brewster being sold is no success in of itself. There are very specific conditions which make this a good deal. If, as reported by Sky Sports, Liverpool sell Brewster and insert a buy-back clause, then it is a good move.

If the Reds manage to replace the young striker with another young, prolific striker, one more ready to step into the first team, then it is excellent business.

Liverpool have been linked with Patson Daka by the FarPost, FourthOfficial has claimed that Sheffield United have agreed a fee for Rhian Brewster – these two deals coming off would be excellent business.

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Daka scored an impressive 24 goals in 31 league games last term – if we can get him in and buy Rhian back in the future, it’s a no brainer.

Wilson out, Sarr in

David Anderson of The Mirror recently claimed that Harry Wilson is available for £20m.

The reporter stated that there are a number of clubs interested, however, no sides have met the Reds’ valuation yet.

The winger has failed to make a competitive appearance for Liverpool yet and is expected to be moved on this summer.

Whilst the Evening Standard has claimed that Liverpool are interested in a move for Ismaila Sarr of Watford.

The 22-year-old had an incredibly impressive debut season in England and with the Hornets relegated they may be looking to raise funds with a sale.

Grujic out, Thiago in

Marko Grujic has failed to establish himself in the Liverpool first team since his arrival in 2016.

The Serbian has, in fairness, been sent on a series of loan moves but he hasn’t done enough in these temporary spells nor in pre-season to convince the gaffer to keep him around.

Goal recently claimed that there are seven teams looking to take Grujic from the Reds, though no side has met the club’s valuation yet.

Of course, the story of the summer has been whether or not Liverpool will move for Thiago.

James Pearce has reported that Liverpool have agreed a fee for the Spaniard and the transfer should soon be completed.

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