Liverpool have made some significant attacking signings over the past few transfer windows such as bringing in Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota.
However, despite these recent additions, the Merseyside club have got their eye on potentially signing another winger in the future.
According to a recent report from Goal, Liverpool are interested in signing Villarreal winger Arnaut Danjuma but are unlikely to make a move for him in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Prior to joining the La Liga club during the previous summer transfer window, the Dutchman spent two years in England with AFC Bournemouth.
Since moving to Spain, the 25-year-old has been a revelation for Unai Emery’s side, scoring 14 goals and providing four assists in 29 appearances.
His latest goal saw the winger help his side secure a win against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, showing how capable he is of scoring against top opponents.
To highlight the winger’s attacking prowess this season, no other Villarreal player has managed to average a higher rate of shots per game in La Liga than the Dutchman (2.8).
Praised for his “unbelievable” movement on the pitch by Jonathan Woodgate, Danjuma could give Jurgen Klopp the chance to create a deadly attacking duo at Anfield by potentially unleashing the former Bournemouth star alongside current Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah.
With 28 goals and ten assists to his name this season, the Egyptian has been in inspired form and struck fear into almost every team he’s come up against in all competitions.
As a result of his emphatic attacking output, the 29-year-old is currently listed as the highest-rated player in the entire Premier League with an overall performance rating of 7.67 according to WhoScored.
This shows the sort of level the former Cherries star should be looking to aim for should he find himself at Anfield in the future.
Moving forward, with the Reds reportedly not looking to make a move for the Dutch international this summer, if the player continues to impress in Spain, he should definitely be at the top of Liverpool’s transfer target list either for the next January or summer transfer windows.