Reds want more options in attack at Anfield next season.
Liverpool are keen to sign deadly Queens Park Rangers forward Loic Remy at the end of the season, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
The France international only joined the struggling West London outfit for £8 million in the recent January transfer window.
However, the 26-year-old has a reported clause in his four-and-a-half-year deal stating that if QPR are relegated from the Premier League, then the front man will be allowed to depart Loftus Road if another club pays £8m for his services.
And it appears as though the Merseyside giants have already put the wheels in motion to bring the coveted attacker to Anfield this summer by registering an interest with QPR.
Remy, when fit, has proved to be an inspired signing by QPR manager Harry Redknapp, scoring five goals in only nine top-flight appearances for a team that has struggled badly for confidence and any attacking rhythm all season long.
And, with an overall career goalscoring record of 74 strikes in just 201 games in a seven-year career to date, as well as four international goals in 18 appearances for les Bleus since making his debut four years ago, Liverpool would be getting a marksman on the cheap who clearly knows where the goal is.