In what could be one of the more unexpected moves of the summer, Liverpool have offered Marouane Fellaini a three-year deal as they aim to prise him away from Manchester United, according to L’Equipe.
The former Everton midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and has attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco and Besiktas.
But Liverpool are trying to push their way to the front of the queue, with Fellaini’s future still uncertain despite Jose Mourinho’s attempts to convince him to stay at Old Trafford.
If the Belgium international joins the Reds, he will be the first player to transfer directly between the two clubs since Phil Chisnall in 1964.
However, Liverpool will need more than just Fellaini if they lose Mohamed Salah in the summer, which is what Le10Sport suggests as PSG step up their interest in the forward.
Salah is enjoying the form of his life this season, scoring a high amount of goals in all competitions to lift the Reds to third in the Premier League and help them progress in the Champions League.