Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has hinted that he could bring in wide players during the summer.
The Scot signed Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll in January from Ajax and Newcastle United respectively, and could now invest in wingers to provide service to the strike duo.
"That’s something we will analyze," Dalglish said, according to The Mirror.
"Andy is part of our team, so is Luis Suarez so we need to get players who complement them.
"Whatever we need we will go for."
Liverpool have been linked with a move for Aston Villa's Ashley Young in the past, with Manchester United also reported to be interested in acquiring the services of the England international, and are also rumoured to be weighing up a summer bid for Wolves winger Matt Jarvis.