Borussia Dortmund are prepared to listen to offers for Christian Pulisic.
That is the news being reported in article by The Telegraph, in which Matt Law claims that the German club are readying themselves for the United States international moving on.
The Bundesliga leaders are reported to be open to the prospect of agreeing a deal for Pulisic in January – but it will depend on the buying club allowing him to remain with them until the end of the season.
It will also require a bid worth at least £70m for Dortmund to allow the deal to be agreed – for the twenty year old attacking midfielder who has just over eighteen months left on his contract with them.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp attempted to bring Pulisic to Anfield back in 2016 but saw his offer turned down by his former club as they stated their desire to keep hold of him.
But he has not agreed terms on a new contract to remain at the Westfalenstadion beyond the end of the 2019/20 campaign and Dortmund are likely to cash in to avoid losing him for nothing when his deal expires.
Premier League rivals Chelsea are also keen to bring Pulisic to England as they look to a future without talisman Eden Hazard, who looks increasingly likely to swap Stamford Bridge for Spain next Summer.
Big spending French champions Paris Saint Germain are also said to be closely monitoring his situation, but they have got plenty of transfer business to keep them busy as they try to keep Neymar and Kylian Mbappe out of the clutches of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Pulisic has recently stated his ambition to play for Klopp one day, which could put the German in pole position.