Liverpool is exploring a move for Dominik Szoboszlai as the Reds continue to reshape their midfield in this transfer window ahead of next season.
Jurgen Klopp’s men suffered last season because injuries ravaged their midfield, and they even used Trent Alexander Arnold in that spot towards the end of the campaign.
The German signed Arthur Melo on loan from Juventus, but the Brazilian also suffered a long-term injury, which left the Reds struggling for options.
That is the major spot on their team they want to bolster in this transfer window, and they have several options to add to the group after the arrival of Alexis Mac Allister.
Liverpool’s absence from the Champions League means they lack players who want to join them this summer, but Szoboszlai has become an option.
The Hungarian is one of the most exciting midfielders in Europe, and Liverpool is considering tabling a £60 million bid to add him to their squad.
That fee would be his release clause if the Reds can table it, but the Daily Mail says it expires on Friday and signing him will be complicated regardless of his contract situation.
RB Leipzig considers him one of their best players, and the midfielder may not want to change clubs so soon, which could make him stay beyond this summer.