Udinese star Rodrigo De Paul has been on the radar of clubs in England and across Europe.
From the Premier League, Liverpool are named as one of the sides who are looking at the midfielder.
Over a week ago, reports from Italy warned suitors from Serie A to ‘pay attention’ to the Reds.
Local newspaper Messaggero Veneto focuses on Udinese’s transfer plans for this summer, and De Paul’s future is one of the topics discussed in the report.
It’s claimed the Argentina international has interest from Jürgen Klopp’s side, Atlético Madrid, AC Milan and Juventus.
The La Liga side have taken steps to sign the 27-year-old by offering a €20m fee plus Nehuén Pérez in exchange for De Paul. Milan are also looking to offer some of their players as part of the deal to lower the South American’s price tag.
Although the news outlet mentions the Merseyside club’s interest, they don’t specify how Liverpool would consider signing the player, and the figure they could offer for taking De Paul away from Udinese.
If the Anfield club want to bring De Paul to England, they must act fast, especially considering the steps taken by other suitors.