Jurgen Klopp is still eyeing up Julian Draxler, despite the German choosing PSG instead of Liverpool in January 2017.
This is according to a report by Transfer Market Web, who rarely claim scoops and instead focus on football statistics.
They suggest Klopp still likes the 24-year-old German international, who has not been able to establish himself as an automatic starter under Unai Emery.
In Ligue 1, Draxler’s started 17 games and featured from the bench on a further nine, making just three appearances in the Champions League.
His talent deserves an automatic role in a top European side, which Liverpool could perhaps provide him – if PSG are willing to sell.
Draxler can play as part of a midfield three, exactly where Coutinho was deployed in the first half of this season before his transfer to Barcelona, while also being capable of a more advanced role in the front-three.
In terms of attributes, he’s quick, incredibly skilful and can thread the kind of pass our former Brazilian became famous for at Anfield.
Nabil Fekir is also an option in the summer, but Draxler is an interesting alternative.
Either will make us very happy, actually.