Liverpool, in their inimitable way, are set to splash some cash in this summer transfer window, as per English sources.

The Sun reports that Liverpool are confident of sealing a deal for West Ham left back, Aaron Cresswell and Bournemouth striker, Callum Wilson this summer. The Reds, who are set for a £700 million takeover, are ready for a massive squad overhaul in a bid to compete strongly for major honours next season.

With a huff and puff filled performances this season they have managed to outdo the usual Jekyll and Hyde Arsenal in the inconsistency game. They find themselves in seventh place, with no hopes of finishing any further. Save for the Champions League slot that comes on winning the Europa League, the Europa semi finalists should have given up hopes of playing in the Europe’s Elite competition next season.

Now Wilson who was out for six months due to injury but has scored five in his nine appearances for Bournemouth this season is touted to be the likely replacement for the inefficient Christian Benteke in the club’s attack. He is valued at £20 million which is a fair deal for the 24-year-old in this inflated transfer market.

Further down the pitch, Cresswel is said to in line to bolster the team’s defence next seaon, the Liverpool’s left back position seems to be the weakest link in the defence. So much so that Jamie Carragher suggested that the club needs a new player in that position. Therefore a more reliable West Ham defender could just be what the doctor prescribed. It is reported that the Hammers are willing to accept a £15 million bid for the player