Georginio Wijnaldum’s future is up in the air as his contract at Anfield expires on June 30th. With no renewal in sight, Liverpool are looking for the Dutchman’s replacement in the market.

Rodrigo De Paúl was identified as one of the targets and the Reds are still interested in the 26-year-old, according to reports. Inter Milan and AC Milan are also keen on the Udinese star.

The Argentina international was in Milan this week and this intensified the rumours linking him to the two Serie A sides. Udinese issued a statement on their official website, confirming the player travelled to Milan for ‘bureaucratic reasons’

FcInterNews now claims ‘interest of some clubs in De Paúl is real’, and the Merseyside club are named as one of the suitors.

It’s claimed Jürgen Klopp’s side and the two Milan clubs have asked the Argentina international’s new agent, Mino Raiola, ‘several times’ for information about his client.

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According to the report, Udinese have made it clear they will not ‘differ’ from their €40m valuation.

The Nerazzurri’s interest in De Paúl is ‘concrete’, but they can only carry out an operation if Udinese lower their demands.

Inter will continue to monitor his situation, while FcInterNews isn’t clear over Liverpool’s plan for the potential signing.