Liverpool are reportedly keeping tabs on Hoffenheim forward Kevin Volland with a view to making a £12 million bid in the summer, according to TransferMarketWeb.
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp tried to sign the attacker when he was in charge of Borussia Dortmund, and has kept tabs on the 23-year-old ever since.
Now, as the manager looks to strengthen his side’s attacking options next term, he is again set to target a move for the five-times capped Germany international, who is understood to be available for around £12 million.
With Christian Benteke failing to impress and continuing concerns over the fitness of Daniel Sturridge, Klopp is ready to return to where his current club signed Roberto Firmino from last summer for a player whom, like the Brazilian, can play as an attacking midfielder, winger or striker.
Volland has scored six goals in 26 appearances for the Bundesliga outfit this term, and has 34 in 134 outings in all competitions.