This would be one of the most pleasing transfers of recent years, actually.
Connor Coady is being considered by Liverpool, who according to MailOnline, are ‘monitoring his progress’ after the Wolves’ skippers excellent form in 2018/19.
Coady was very highly thought of while at Liverpool’s Academy, and was given first-team minutes by Kenny Dalglish, who had plans on making the Scouser a part of his long-term plans.
But the defender didn’t make the same impression on Brendan Rodgers, who eventually allowed Coady to join Sheffield United on loan, before he was sold to Huddersfield for just £500k in 2014/15.
Since then, however, Coady has got Wolves promoted to the Premier League and his performances this term have warranted an England call-up, which might come in February when Gareth Southgate names his next squad.
The Mail’s story suggests Arsenal are keen on Coady, who is very good with the ball at his feet, but that Liverpool would be interested in potentially bringing him back to Merseyside.
Coady would jump at the chance, in short. But right now, Liverpool have four centre-backs, and we think Jurgen Klopp would only bring in another if one departs this summer.