Liverpool lost their unbeaten record on Saturday evening in a shock 3-0 defeat to Watford.
After a goalless first half, Nigel Pearson’s side grabbed two goals through Ismaila Sarr before captain Troy Deeney rounded off a remarkable win with a third for the side who began the evening in 19th place in the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp’s team had gone 27 games unbeaten this season, with a solitary draw coming against Manchester United.
Following the Reds’ shock loss, fans, players and even teams were quick to voice their shock at the win.
One of Liverpool’s rumoured targets for the summer is RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.
And the Bundesliga side were quick to get in touch, with a cheeky message to Liverpool on Twitter featuring none other than Werner.
The German attacker is also said to be of interest to Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, who is set to finally get his chance at an overhaul of his squad after a year in charge at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea were banned from signing players during Lampard’s first transfer window in charge as boss last summer, with Mateo Kovacic the only addition to the squad as he made his loan move from Real Madrid permanent.
And despite their transfer ban being overturned in December, no January additions were made by the Blues.
Lampard is known to have wanted to bring in an attacker, but no move for Werner was forthcoming.