The latest report claims that the English Premier League outfit Liverpool have scheduled work for the expansion of the Anfield and it is suggested that it could have an effect on their transfer policy and dealings.
It is claimed that the project is worth £175 million which means the club might have to let go of some of their players and ensure a balance so as to get it done.
This is coming after it was reported by the Italian press that Serie A champions Juventus are already out to secure the signature of Egyptian international Mohamed Salah.
The Serie A champions are known to have the capacity to spend big after affording Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo who is arguably one of the most expensive players and now they have been able to capture Wales international Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal who will earn £400,000-a-week.
However, securing the signature of Mohamed Salah would not be a big deal for Juventus knowing that they are out to dominate by having the presence of stars in the team.
Suggestions are that the development from the Reds could force them into accepting a bid for Mohamed Salah and getting Paolo Dybala in exchange, knowing that the Juventus player earns half of what Salah gets at Anfield.