Liverpool are being linked with a move for AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Corriere dello Sport are reporting that the Italy international is a potential Summer target for the club after the Serie A side reduced his price tag.
They were said to be asking for around £60m to let the teenager move on at the end of the season – but the article claims that they have drastically slashed that fee down to just £35m.
Milan are reported to be in danger of failing to meet Financial Fair Play regulations for this season after missing out on Champions League qualification thanks to a sixth place finish in a disappointing campaign.
Their Chinese backers have put a lot of cash in to sign star names like Leonardo Bonucci, but it didn’t pay off and now they could be in peril when it comes to meeting the threshold set out by UEFA.
And Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is claimed to be prepared to take advantage of that situation – as he did last year when he brought Mohamed Salah to Anfield from Roma for a similar fee.
Klopp has been linked with moves for a host of different goalkeepers recently, so this speculation might be best taken with a pinch of salt.