Liverpool’s Federico Chiesa transfer bid ‘rejected’ and Wijnaldum hits out

Liverpool got transfer business done early in the window, but reports suggest Jurgen Klopp is still keen on improving his side.

The Reds are looking to close the gap on Manchester City at the top of the Premier League having lost their title last season.

Ibrahima Konate has already made the move to Anfield and featured on the pre-season tour to Austria.

Though the current squad may not be the one that starts the season with comings and goings still possible over the next few weeks.

And Daily Star Sport has rounded up the latest gossip surrounding Klopp's side in the transfer window…

Liverpool bid 'rejected'

Liverpool have been linked with a move for Italy's Euro 2020 star Federico Chiesa with reports even going as far to suggest a bid has been made.

Repubblica claim a mammoth £86m offer has been turned down by Juventus, after Chiesa emerged as a top target.

Chiesa excelled at the Euros with Italy, earning a place in the Team of the Tournament for his efforts as his nation won the tournament.

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Star makes Fulham move

Harry Wilson has sealed a £12m move away from Anfield and head to Championship outfit Fulham.

A Liverpool statement read: After almost 16 years with the Reds, Harry Wilson has today completed a permanent transfer to Fulham.

"Everyone at the club would like to thank Harry for his contributions and wish him all the best for the future."

Wijnaldum hits out

Georginio Wijnaldum has hit out at those at Liverpool following his departure.

The midfielder left Anfield at the end of his contract and has gone on to sign for Ligue 1 giants PSG.

“There was a moment when I didn’t feel loved and appreciated,” he said. “Not my teammates, not the people at Melwood.

"From them, I know … I can say they all love me and I love them. It was not from that side, more the other side.”

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