Liverpool are keeping tabs on Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, who impressed during their Champions League humbling of Arsenal, along with two more targets who are out of contract this summer according to the Daily Mail.
Kondogbia has won three caps for the French national team and made the move from Sevilla to Monaco in 2013 for a fee of £17 million, despite being wanted by Europe’s big guns.
Impressive recent form has seen the midfielder shoot back into the public eye and the Ligue 1 team could soon be fighting off interest form the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Real Madrid and Liverpool if the paper is to be believed.
Along with Kondogbia, Liverpool remain interested in bringing James Milner and Danny Ings to Anfield when their contracts expire this summer.
If Liverpool don’t manage to qualify for the Champions League this season, with chances already looking small at best as they sit seven points behind, the club’s budget is likely to suffer. This would then leave the Reds looking at cheaper transfer targets, and with Milner and Ings’ contracts both expiring, they are attractive prospects.
Manchester City man James Milner would be available to move on a free transfer, while Danny Ings would command a compensation fee, to be agreed between the two clubs, due to his age.