Hakim Ziyech will be available for £25m this summer, according to the Mirror, and Liverpool absolutely have to make an attempt to sign him.
This website has seen several articles published campaigning for Jurgen Klopp to consider signing the gifted Morrocan play-maker at the end of this season and it might be the perfect time to move for him.
The 26-year-old has been in red-hot form this season, recording a career-high tally of 31 goal contributions in all competitions.
The Mirror reports that Liverpool, the Manchester clubs and Arsenal are all interested in Ziyech, who is free to leave Amsterdam this summer for just £25million.
Instead of explaining once more why Liverpool must sign Ziyech, it is more important to explain why not signing a player in his mould could prove detrimental next season.
Naby Keita might have shown more of his talents over the last month and the Reds might not be struggling as much as they were for creativity in central areas but Klopp still needs a natural no.10.
As draws against the likes of Manchester United, Leicester, West Ham and Everton would suggest, there can sometimes be a lack of fresh ideas when presented with a resolute backline.
The teams listed above have not been particularly brilliant going forward or even at the back this season but were able to frustrate the Reds.
Ziyech has assisted 14 goals this season, a feat no Liverpool player can match. Since Philippe Coutinho left the club, the responsibility of being creative has fallen on Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The fullback duo has responded spectacularly, assisting a combined 21 goals this season. However, whenever they fail to create, Liverpool suffer considerably.
Signing Ziyech for £25million this summer would be a significant step towards ensuring Liverpool aren’t left wanting next season when faced with a well-drilled low block.