Liverpool could look to sign Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele on loan with the view to a permanent transfer as a way to bolster their attacking options.
The Premier League leaders have one of world football's greatest attacks with Roberto Firmino flanked by Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.
But they're in options aside from that and Gianluca Di Marzio has suggested Jurgen Klopp could turn to Barcelona's Dembele.
The Frenchman has failed to settle at the Nou Camp since his huge €105 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund in 2017.
The Blaugrana signed the 23-year-old to fill the void left by Neymar but he's played 74 times for the club, including just five starts for the La Liga champions this season.
Injuries have ravaged his time in Spain and he's reportedly angered the Barcelona hierarchy with his behaviour.
Marca recently claimed that the winger was the only first team player to not attend a video conference call organised by manager Quique Setien in April.
Should Liverpool want to sign him however, they'll face competition from other European powerhouses.
Juventus are among the sides interested in Dembele with their wing options beginning to age.
It was reported last week that a further six players could be shifted by Barcelona as they attempt to sign Lautaro Martinez and Miralem Pjanic this summer.
Plans for next season have also started and Inter's Martinez and Juventus' Pjanic are top of their wish list but, according to Mundo Deportivo, they will have to sell up to six players to fund the big money moves.
The Spanish paper say that Arturo Vidal, Nelson Semedo, Jean-Clair Todibo, Junior Firpo, Moussa Wague and Rafinha are all up for sale this summer.
Both Vidal and Semedo have been linked with Inter but Antonio Conte's side don't want player swaps as part of the deal for their striker and would want to negotiate for players separately to any negotiations for Martinez.
Meanwhile, Liverpool continue to be linked with a move for RB Leipzig's in-demand striker Timo Werner.
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