Liverpool will be seeking additional firepower this summer, having fallen just short of pipping Manchester City to the Premier League title this season.
The Reds don't need major changes, having lost just one league game all season and reached the Champions League final, but a new attacking talent will be wanted.
Xherdan Shaqiri faded into the background in 2019, Daniel Sturridge is set to leave, and Divock Origi's future is unclear, so a versatile player to feature across the frontline and as a number 10 should be targeted.
Anderson, 26, hit 10 goals and five assists in his first season for West Ham, showing just they splashed the cash to sign him from Lazio last summer.
The Brazilian is known for being quick and skilful, and he'd certainly be an exciting addition in the final third for Liverpool, especially having failed to really replace Philippe Coutinho.
Coutinho's compatriot Anderson has that game-changing ability whether he's out wide or as a number 10, possessing flair and drive as well as creativity and the confidence to beat a man.
Those are attributes which have made Coutinho and a host of other players so popular with Reds supporters, and Anderson would really get fans off their seats at Anfield – if Liverpool can tempt West Ham into a deal.
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