Liverpool indeed have one of the strongest attacks in the Premier League, but one of the only things that have been holding them back from achieving great success in the last couple of seasons is their defence.
Recent statistics show that Simon Mignolet has the worst save percentage in the Premier League with 0.53.
Jurgen Klopp is still searching for solidity at the back and Spanish outlet Diario Gol understand that the Reds have kept their eyes on Real Madrid's number one, Keylor Navas, to replace the Belgian.
The Costa Rica goalkeeper has reportedly demanded his agent to look out for any good offers away from the Bernabeu and Liverpool look to take advantage of the situation.
Navas was originally brought in as a short-term replacement for Iker Casillas as Los Blancos were and still are interested in acquiring David de Gea from Manchester United.
However, after the famous deadline day fax machine fiasco, Navas has pulled through to win consecutive European titles with one of the strongest sides in world football.
Last season in La Liga saw the keeper average 2.70 saves per game as well as maintain a 96% claim success rate.
Should the move to Merseyside go through, the Reds will surely have more solidity at the back, which Mignolet has failed to do at Anfield in the last few years.