Liverpool have made a £2m offer for Wolfsburg’s Tolga Cigerci ahead of the summer transfer window, according to reports from The Metro.

The German U-19 international is currently enjoying a loan stint at Hertha Berlin, where he has been impressive.

Brendan Rodgers has been watching his progress closely, and is thought to have made him a top priority for the end of the season.

In a bid to avoid another botched transfer window the Northern Irishman has sanctioned an early offer for the 20-year-old, which is understood to be worth around £2m.

Wolfsburg are yet to respond to the bid, but the Anfielders are hopeful that they can push through a deal.

Liverpool have stepped up their pursuit now after getting word that Hertha are plotting to snatch their current star on a permanent basis.

Cigerci is a holding midfielder who has been described as “dynamic, technically good and constantly on the move” by his current manager, and has been tipped for a big future in Germany.

The Reds endured a difficult January transfer window, in which they missed out on top targets Mohamed Salah and Yevhen Konoplyanka.

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