PSG are reportedly monitoring Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson with a view of making a move for him in January.
Henderson has struggled with injuries so far this season, but the 25-year-old’s influence on the side has been growing since the exit of Steven Gerrard as he has developed into an all-round midfielder capable of scoring key goals.
According to Tuttomercato, as reported by Sky Sports, the Ligue 1 champions are eyeing up a January bid to try and take the England international to the French capital although no fee has been speculated as of yet.
Henderson has featured just twice for the Reds this season and it comes after he was handed the captain’s armband following the exit of Gerrard in the summer.
The former Sunderland ace is currently sidelined after breaking a bone in his foot, and it is unclear as to when he will return to action for Brendan Rodgers and his struggling side.
Liverpool currently sit in 13th place after two wins, two draws and two defeats in their first six games of the season, with the pressure mounting on Rodgers. The Reds boss conceded that he is aware of the situation he is in, according to Sky Sports, but is ready to embrace the challenge ahead.