Liverpool looking into summer move for West Ham United attacker
Liverpool are reportedly plotting a potential move to sign Felipe Anderson from West Ham United during this summer's transfer window.
The Brazilian joined the Hammers in a club-record deal from Lazio last summer and contributed nine goals and four assists during his maiden league campaign.
According to The Mail, the 26-year-old's form has caught the eye of a number of top European clubs and Liverpool are aiming to lure him to Anfield as they seek to improve on their wide attacking options.
The same publication suggests that Xherdan Shaqiri could way for the Brazilian with the former Stoke City man available at the right price during the ongoing transfer window.
Anderson currently has more than three years remaining on his current deal with the club but reports have previously indicated that the Hammers could accept a package of around £60m for the attacker's sale this summer.
Liverpool end their campaign with a Champions League final against Tottenham Hotspur next month. They are favourites for the same after beating Spurs in both league encounters this term.