Date: 17th January 2024 at 9:22am
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Liverpool return to action when they face Bournemouth on Sunday afternoon. 

The Reds currently sit top of the Premier League table, two points clear of reigning champions Manchester City, and manager Jurgen Klopp will be keen to see his side extend their advantage.

Liverpool face a hectic second half of the season, with games in the Carabao Cup, FA Cup, and Europa League, as well as their Premier League title chase to contend with.

The German will likely be looking to bolster his squad during the current transfer window, and reports claim that the Merseyside outfit are interested in a Chelsea star.

As per 90min, Liverpool are interested in Blues centre-back Levi Colwill.

The report claims that the Reds remain interested in the Englishman despite Colwill recently signing a new long-term contract with his current side.

Colwill has established himself as a regular under Mauricio Pochettino

Colwill, 20, is a product of Chelsea’s youth academy and broke into the first team at Stamford Bridge this season after impressing on loan at Brighton and Hove Albion last term.

Following his successful spell on the south coast, Colwill attracted interest from both Liverpool and Brighton but ultimately stayed put in West London.

In August, the defender signed a six-year contract with Chelsea that also includes the option for a further 12 months.

The centre-back has made 26 appearances across all competitions so far this season, missing just one of the Blues’ 20 Premier League matches.

Despite featuring regularly under Mauricio Pochettino, Colwill has primarily been used as a makeshift left-back rather than in his preferred central defensive role.

The report claims that Liverpool are still monitoring the player’s situation and could revisit a move for him at some stage.

Despite their interest, it is also claimed that Chelsea have no interest in selling the former Huddersfield Town loanee and instead view him as a future club captain.

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