Liverpool and Everton are set to be locked in a transfer battle for Barcelona defender Yerry Mina, with Fenerbahce also reportedly interested.
The colossal Colombian scored three goals in Russia for his country, before being dumped out of the World Cup by England.
His last-minute header ensured the Three Lions would be dragged into the familiar territory of a penalty shootout, but Gareth Southgate's side prevailed in the end.
Such form has led to speculation Mina could be set to depart the Nou Camp this summer, with the Merseyside rivals ready to do battle for his signature.
However, according to Marca, Turkish giants Fenerbahce are also interested in the centre-half.
Barcelona look set to sign Melo from Gremio - meaning they will have too many non-EU players in their squad.
Although he only arrived from Palmeiras in January, Barca would reportedly be open to the idea of letting the 23-year-old depart, with a move to the Premier League seemingly the most likely option.
Jurgen Klopp is keen to add depth to his backline, with Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan still looking suspect at the heart of his defence.