It has been a big few days for Liverpool, both on and off the pitch.

The Reds completed the signing of Thiago on Friday, while the following day saw Diogo Jota complete a switch from Wolverhampton Wanderers with Ki-Jana Hoever moving in the opposite direction.

Then, on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge to maintain their 100% start to the season.

While chances of further additions to the Reds’ squad are thought to remain slim, there have still been developments on the transfer front over the last 24 hours or so.

We’ve got the latest for you here on the Anfield ins and outs.

Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster is a wanted man

Crystal Palace chairman pours cold water on Brewster bid reports

Rhian Brewster has been the subject of sustained Premier League interest throughout the close-season, and reports from Sky Sports suggested Crystal Palace had tested Liverpool ’s resolve with a bid of £19m plus add-ons for the England under-21 striker.

However, Palace chairman Steve Parish has rubbished the claims, claiming reports of a bid from his club were entirely false.

“We have asked Sky to take this down as it is a total fabrication from start to finish,” Parish tweeted. “We have not made a bid formal or informal.”

1. Real Madrid - £1.286bn (£205m fall from 2019)

2. Barcelona - £1.280bn (£18.1m rise)

3. Manchester United - £1.190bn (£143m fall)

4. Liverpool - £1.143bn (£64.3m rise)

5. Manchester City - £1.018bn (£118m fall)

6. Bayern Munich - £957m (£233m fall)

7. Paris Saint-Germain - £876m (£48m rise)

8. Chelsea - £859m (£17m fall)

9. Tottenham Hotspur - £710m (£23.5m rise)

10. Arsenal - £651m (£150m fall)

Brewster has been linked with an Anfield exit after scoring 11 goals in 22 games on loan at Championship side Swansea City last season.

Sheffield United and Brighton & Hove Albion are among the Premier League and Championship sides reportedly interested in the 20-year-old, either on loan or in a permanent deal with a buy-back option for Liverpool.

Liverpool not pursuing new centre-back despite injury worries

Liverpool faced a defensive mini-crisis over the weekend, with injuries to Joel Matip and Joe Gomez requiring them to play Fabinho at centre-back against Chelsea.

The Reds have been linked with a number of defensive options over the summer, following the sale of Dejan Lovren to Zenit St Petersburg.

However, according to The Athletic, Klopp is happy with the options at his disposal and Liverpool will not be moving for Schalke’s Ozan Kabak despite reports linking the Turkish international with an Anfield switch.

Jurgen Klopp has opted not to sign any more defenders.

The report suggests Fabinho is considered a fourth-choice centre-back for the Reds, behind Virgil van Dijk, Gomez and Matip, with the emergence of French youngster Billy Koumetio ensuring the champions have sufficient cover in the position.

Koumetio, who signed his first professional contract over the summer, was among the Liverpool substitutes for the Community shield but was not in the matchday squad against Chelsea.

Thiago ‘met with Barcelona’ before opting for Liverpool move

Thiago made his Liverpool last weekend against Chelsea

Liverpool new-boy Thiago has already shown what he can offer his new club, with an impressive 45-minute run-out against Chelsea.

Liverpool needed to be patient before completing a move for the former Bayern Munich man, but it seems they were not the only club keen on signing him.

According to Cadena Ser, via Sport Witness, Barcelona held a face-to-face meeting with Thiago before the Liverpool move was clinched, in an effort to convince him to return to Camp Nou after seven years away.

Thiago played more than 100 games for the La Liga giants after coming through the club’s youth ranks, while his younger brother Rafinha is still on the books of the Catalan side.

However, according to the report, the 29-year-old was not swayed from his desire to move to the Premier League, while Barca may have been priced out of a move regardless.