Barcelona is thought to be the destination for Ajax's 19-year-old captain.
Liverpool are not expected to pursue highly coveted Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt this summer, despite recent speculation linking the Reds with an approach for the teenage prodigy.
De Ligt's starring role in Ajax's run to within a few seconds of the Champions League final has seen the young Dutchman linked with most of Europe's best and richest clubs this season.
Barcelona have long been seen as the favorites to strike a deal after already completing an €86m deal for teammate Frenkie de Jong. But the likes of Juventus, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Manchester United have all been mentioned at one point or another as suitors for the youngster's signature.
The speculation of a potential move to Anfield was even accelerated when a claim attributed to author and Spanish football writer Guillem Balague suggested Liverpool have 'been talking' with De Ligt ahead of potentially making a more formal approach.
However, the Liverpool Echo has now quickly moved to quash such rumors, explaining that there is no truth to the claims of any negotiations, adding that Liverpool 'are not trying to secure the services of De Ligt'.
The point is made that manager Jurgen Klopp is 'happy' with his existing center back options ahead of next season - Joel Matip, Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren in addition to Van Dijk - and therefore 'isn't looking to strengthen' that part of the squad ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
De Light would join a healthy center back stable containing Gerard Pique, Clement Lenglet and Samuel Umtiti, with 19-year-old Jean-Clair Todibo a potential candidate to spend next season out on loan and Thomas Vermaelen expected to leave Camp Nou this summer.