Liverpool are ready to double the wages of Marc-Andre ter Stegen in order to lure him away from Barcelona this summer, The Sun reports.
The 23-year-old goalkeeper has been left frustrated over the fact that manager Luis Enrique is only playing him in cup matches while selecting teammate Claudio Bravo for league games.
He is now hoping to earn himself a move to a club that can offer him regular playing time, a situation that has also attracted interest from Manchester City.
City are also said to be prepared to offer him an increase in his current wages in order to convince him to snub the Reds and instead make a move to the Eithad.
Ter Stegen has a £63million buy-out clause tied into his contract at Barca, with the club unwilling to let him leave unless the mentioned fee is met.
He has only started four league matches for his side this term, so far managing to feature another eight times in the Champions League.