According to Metro, Liverpool have placed a £2 million bid for Wolfsburg midfielder Tolga Cigerci.
The 21-year-old has spent the season on loan with Hertha Berlin, and, as Metro reports, Brendan Rodgers has been following his progress during this campaign.
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers has been tracking the Germany Under-19 ace during his loan spell at Hertha Berlin this term – and is now ready to move in.
According to Bild, Liverpool have offered Wolfsburg £2million to sign the player on a permanent basis and are now waiting to see if the bid was successful.
Rodgers was forced to move for the 20-year-old early, even though the transfer window is shut, because Hertha have been in talks in a bid to make his loan a permanent switch at the end of the season.
Cigerci started his career at Wolfsburg but has made just seven league appearances in four years for the club and has spent time on loan at Borussia Moenchengladbach and Hertha.
However, the midfielder has started to attract attention from clubs across Europe and could be attracted by the lure of playing Champions League football—should Liverpool qualify, of course.
Described as "dynamic, technically good and constantly on the move" by Hertha coach Jos Luhukay, securing his signature for just £2 million could prove to be a real coup.