Callum Wilson
Callum Wilson returned to action against Aston Villa on 9 April after a lengthy spell on the sidelineGetty

Liverpool are considering a move to sign AFC Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson and West Ham United defender Aaron Cresswell in the summer transfer window. The Reds are willing to splash £35m ($50.2m) for securing the services of the Premier League duo.

According to The Sun, Jurgen Klopp is looking to strengthen his side's attack for the next season. The German coach has the services of Divock Origi, Daniel Sturridge, Christian Benteke and Danny Ings.

The former Burnley striker missed the majority of the season as he was on the sidelines due to an injury. Benteke's future at Anfield remains uncertain beyond this campaign after the striker admitted he would have avoided a switch to Anfield if he was not going to be the first choice player at the Merseyside club.

Klopp has identified Wilson as one of the candidates to replace the ex-Aston Villa star, if he decides to leave his current employers after one season. The 24-year-old was signed from Coventry City in 2014 and he played a key role in Bournemouth's promotion to the Premier League.

He had an impressive start to the 2015/16 season, scoring five goals in seven league games before an injury forced him to miss six months of action. He returned to the side in his team's 2-1 victory over Aston Villa on 9 April. Wilson is reportedly available for a fee of £20m.

In addition to this, Klopp wants to strengthen Liverpool's left-back position and Cresswell has emerged as a target for the former Borussia Dortmund manager. The 26-year-old left-back was signed by West Ham from Ipswich Town in 2014 and is valued at £15m.

Creswell, who is a boyhood Liverpool fan, was a part of the Reds' academy and released by the club as a teenager. He has impressed in the left-back position for West Ham and his form has attracted interest from his former employers.

West Ham defeated Liverpool 2-0 in the Premier League at the start of the year. The full-back admitted his side's win over the Reds was extra special due to his connection with the Anfield outfit.

"It is always nice to get three points but I had all my family at the game. I am sure they want West Ham to win before Liverpool," Creswell said in January.