Liverpool will look to add more depth to their midfield this summer by signing Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, according to reports.
The Poland international spent last season on loan in the Premier League with West Brom, making 31 appearances across all competitions as the Baggies were relegated to the Championship.
Despite failing to make an impact at the Hawthorns, a report from the Sun claims that Liverpool will look to sign Krychowiak as a short-term replacement to German midfielder Emre Can - who has joined Italian giants Juventus.
Liverpool have already brought Fabinho and Naby Keïta to the club this summer from AS Monaco and RB Leipzig respectively, but manager Jürgen Klopp would reportedly like to add even more depth to his squad.
A move for Krychowiak likely rests with PSG's recently appointed head coach, Thomas Tuchel. The former Borussia Dortmund boss replaced Unai Emery at the Parc des Princes this summer, but the 44-year-old hasn't decided if the Poland international will be part of his plans next season.
There is currently uncertainty surrounding a number of senior players at Anfield ahead of the new campaign. Both Lazar Marković and Divock Origi have returned from loan spells this summer but their long-term future at Liverpool has been brought into question following the club's pre-season opener against Chester.
Serbian winger Marković failed to travel to the Swansway Chester Stadium with the rest of the squad, while Belgian striker Origi failed to make an impact alongside Dominic Solanke in the first half.