Liverpool have reportedly stepped up their pursuit of striker Kylian Mbappe with an eye-opening bid for the teenage sensation.
The Reds have had a €100M bid for the striker rejected by Monaco with the Ligue 1 champions keen on keeping hold of the youngster, according to MARCA.
Mbappe has seemingly set his heart on a move to Real Madrid but it looks likely it will require a world record bid to force the French club into reconsidering their stance.
Jurgen Klopp is a notable admirer of the forward and is believed to have now made two bids for one of the most exciting and most talked about talents in world football.
The addition of a new striker has emerged as a possibility in recent months with the club having also been linked to Lyon’s in-demand Alexandre Lacazette and Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
That said, it remains to be seen whether Daniel Sturridge will be staying at Anfield next season with a decision on his future posing as a potentially key factor in whether or not a new front-man is targeted.
Strengthening the team’s defence appears a priority now that a deal for winger Mohamed Salah has been completed, but there also remains a good chance Klopp will once again turn a focus towards bolstering his attacking force.