Liverpool are keen to bolster their squad with the signing of Paris FC striker Silas Wamangituka, according to French outlet Foot Marseille.
The Reds aren’t alone in their interest, however. Benfica, Marseille, Toulouse and Club Brugge are also reportedly monitoring the situation.
Wamangituka bagged 11 goals in 33 appearances for the Ligue 2 outfit last season.
The 19-year-old looks to boast lots of potential and his arrival at Anfield would add to a decent quota of young talent.
The Congolese striker is quick, skilful and possesses great strength.
Le Parisien claimed in March that Wamangituka will fetch over £4.47 million if he is sold this summer, with Paris FC facing a fight to keep hold of the youngster.
Another day, another youngster linked with a move to Liverpool.
This one will certainly be an unknown quantity to the majority of supporters.
Wamangituka looks a decent talent, although his arrival could bump Rhian Brewster down the pecking order which isn’t ideal.
The Liverpool ace was knocking on the door of the first-team towards the end of last season and Jurgen Klopp should have a proper look at him in pre-season.
Signing another young star that boasts lots of pace, power and strength doesn’t seem to make a great deal of sense.
The academy is fantastic at Anfield and Liverpool should perhaps utilise their own youngsters a bit more, rather than poaching them from the continent.