The Reds are keen on 16-year-old Zivkovic.
FC Groningen striker Richairo Zivkovic has been attracting the attention of some of the biggest sides in Europe, with Liverpool keen to sign the teenage sensation.
Despite being only 16-years-old, Zivkovic has made the step-up to the first team this summer and already scored two league goals in three appearances – breaking Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben’s record as the youngest goal-scorer for the club.
Groningen have quite the reputation for nurturing young talent, with both Robben and current Reds star Luis Suarez having played at the club.
Director Hans Nijland has admitted that several top European sides, including the Merseyside outfit, are in for the young forward.
“All the top clubs in Holland want him but Liverpool are here every week too,” Nijland was quoted by the Mirror.
“They are watching him closely and very keen.”
Although living and working in the Netherlands, Zivkovic is also eligible to represent Serbia at international level and has been called up to the nation’s under-19 squad.
The attacker is the second youngster from the Dutch league to have been stealing the headlines this term, with 17-year-old Zakaria Bakkali also being watched by several top sides.
Bakkali became the youngest ever scorer of a hat-trick in the Eredivisie for PSV Eindhoven this campaign and Arsenal have been keeping tabs on the winger.
It’s unknown how much the teenager would cost and whether Liverpool would put Zivkovic into the first team if the Serb made the switch, or send the striker out on-loan until he was older.