Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp has made Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz his top summer transfer window target, MySportDab reports.
Liverpool are currently running away with the Premier League title, and are already looking ahead to next season.
Kai Havertz is a highly rated young midfielder at Bayern Leverkusen, and it could cost Liverpool a lot to sign him.
The 20-year-old has been a key player for Leverkusen so far this season, scoring four goals and provided two assists in the Bundesliga.
Like Erling Haaland, He has emerged as one of the brightest young players in Europe, and is wanted by various European clubs such as Manchester United and Bayern Munich.
But According to MySportDab sources, Premier League league leaders Liverpool are desperate to sign the youngster.
The Reds had a boring January window, signing only Takumi Minamino for £7.25million and Joe Hardy for an unstated fee.
But MySportDab understands that Klopp is still planning to make a move for Havertz in the summer, but could make a bid for Philippe Coutinho if he is unable to secure the German’s signature.
The former Liverpool midfielder is currently out on loan at Bayern Munich, but Barcelona are now ready to sell him in the summer for £77m.
Barcelona are looking to recoup some cash for possible transfers for Neymar or Inter star Lautaro Martinez, and are willing to sell Coutinho for a cut-price fee in order to do so.
The Brazilian appears to have lost his place at Barcelona following his £142m move from Liverpool, playing 52 matches and scored 13 goals.