Liverpool have sounded a low key warning to Premier League teams as the Reds stake a claim over retaining the League title agreeing a £45m deal with Wolves for attacker Diogo Jota.
The 23-year-old forward is set to arrive at Melwood on Saturday to undergo his medical before completing the deal.
The move comes shortly after the Premier League champions completed the deal for Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara in a deal that could be worth £25m.
The arrival of Diogo Jota at Anfield could me made easier as defender Ki-Jana Hoever would be used as make weight in a switch that could cost Wolves £10m plus add ons.
The Portugese midfielder was an unused substitute in their game against Sheffield United while he left the Molineux stadium before kick off when they played Stoke in the Carabao Cup.
Jurgen Klopp handed teenager Ki-Jana Hoever four appearances last season and the versatile young defender can play on the right-wing, right-back and also in central defence, exactly the kind Wolves have been looking for.
The 18-year-old made a switch to Anfield from Ajax in 2018 and signed a long term contract at Anfield last summer.
Hoever is set to join Wolves on a permanent deal with the two clubs already reported to have agreed on a deal.