Reports on Sunday evening suggest Liverpool are eyeing up a potential move for Marseille winger Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.
N’Koudou is enjoying an impressive season in Ligue 1, despite his side’s struggles in 2015/16, scoring eight goals and producing four assists to date.
The France Under-21 international is already worth far more than the £1 million Marseille paid Nantes for his services last summer, and although they would be reluctant to sell, anything in the region of £15 million is said to be likely see their heads turned.
Bringing in a new winger is of definite importance to Jurgen Klopp, with a complete lack of depth in that area currently.
Jordon Ibe is genuinely the only current player who can really be considered an out-and-out wide man, and he remains a work in progress.
Liverpool lack pace and dynamism in wide attacking areas, and although N’Koulou is also still raw, he would bring some much-needed extra quality there.
But with Reds scouts reportedly tracking a number of wingers already this season, Klopp has clearly made this a priority for the summer.