Eintracht Frankfurt player and Liverpool target Daichi Kamada is likely to deny a move to Borussia Dortmund and sets his sights on a challenge outside of Germany.
The Japan international has gained vast interest from clubs and luckily for Liverpool, he dreams of playing abroad.
Despite interest from league compatriots Dortmund, BILD has claimed that the 26-year-old has a preference of moving away from the Bundesliga in the summer window.
Reports suggested the 26-year-old was on the verge of joining Dortmund at the end of the campaign.
But BILD has insisted, however, that this rumour has no substance and that the ‘exceptional’ midfielder ‘doesn’t really want’ to join Dortmund.
Kamada has a tasty return this season, bagging 13 goals and five assists from 32 games.
His dream of playing abroad will excite those who support the Merseyside outfit as they are looming towards a squad rebuild, and Kamada fits into Klopp’s blueprint.
Transfermarkt has the playmaker valued around £26.6m and so to secure his services for free would be a steal for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds.
With midfield options likely to be hit heavy in the summer, Liverpool should continue to monitor Kamada’s situation.