Liverpool are looking to reinforce their attack in the January window with a move for Villarreal star Moi Gomez, according to reports from the Daily Mail.
The 21-year-old has been sent on loan to Getafe this season and is said to have fallen out with club manager Marcelino ahead of his departure.
It is now believed that he could be available for about £4million given that he may not have a future with his parent club as manager Brendan Rodgers prepares to add to his front line.
The winger was a key member for his side last term, featuring 44 times in all competitions, scoring four goals while providing another six assists.
The Reds have been criticised by club legend Jamie Carragher following their recent 3-1 loss to rivals Manchester United for their lack of options in attack.
“There’s not enough help for Benteke,” he said.
“Ings came in and I said before the game it must be two up front and they must be playing a diamond formation, but they were still playing 4-3-3.
“I don’t understand this obsession with playing 4-3-3. Brendan Rodgers came to the club wanting to play 4-3-3 and it didn’t work.”
Despite already adding a large number of players in the recent summer window, Rodgers may once again be force to make a few more changes to his squad at the turn of the year.