After Liverpool decided not to sign Timo Werner as they were not willing to pay his release clause, now the Reds have their sight on the Wolves right-winger Adama Traore.
According to The Daily Star, Klopp's side have made official enquiries about signing the 24-year-old to.
Traore, who joined Wolverhampton in 2018, has flourished under the management of Nuno Espírito Santo, but that may turn out to be double-edged sword.
The Spaniard has shown great skills this season and has become Wolves top player, but now bigger clubs have their sights on the winger.
The wide man was superb in Wolves’ 2-1 home defeat to the Merseysiders back in January, and Liverpool's head coach Jurgen Klopp even praised him saying that he was “unplayable”.
However, the possibility of losing Traore after there is a chance to lose the Mexican star striker Raul Jimenez to Manchester United must cause Nuno a massive headache.
Traore has shown that he is the true definition of speed and strength and it not comes as a surprise that many European clubs would like to sign him.
However, Adama has three more years of his contract at Wolves and the club are not in the rush to say goodbye to their top player.
If Wolves are willing to sell Traore most definitely they will demand a much higher price than the £18m they paid Middlesbrough for his services.
Wolves still have chance to secure a place in the Champions League or at least in the Europa League and securing a place in any European football might be the key of keeping their top player.