The Reds have been lacking something out wide of late and will be looking to solve that problem in January.
1. Nathan Dyer
An old favourite of Brendan Rodgers’, the two worked together at Swansea, in which Dyer’s pace was a big part of the Northern Irish manager’s game. Dyer has impressed again this season and is seemingly ready to take the step up to a top 4 club. There are no rumours about the Reds’ interest in the Englishman, but there is no doubt that he is an option for the Liverpool boss.