This week, the International Business Times reported that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is set to be awarded with a £60m "war chest" if his club were to reach the Champions League this season. However, part of a notoriously frugal transfer committee, Rodgers may perhaps remain prudent and look to the free transfer market; this summer some low-cost gems are there to be unearthed.
The summer acquisition of Kolo Toure proves that the Northern Irishman isn't afraid of dipping his toes in the Bosman waters, with the occasionally-erratic Ivorian an inexpensive solution to the retirement of Jamie Carragher.
With Liverpool so far set to be challenging on a further front next season - in Europe - Rodgers can look to the free transfer market to bolster his ranks without breaking the bank.
Here are five free transfer targets that Liverpool may look to in the future; all contract information courtesy of Transfermarkt.