Borussia Monchengladbach have reportedly decided to cash in on their star midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud this January.
The German club have so far resisted moves for Dahoud with Liverpool seeing an offer rejected for his services last summer.
But Gladbach have now changed their minds about holding out for a summer bidding war and have made it known that Dahoud is available this month, according to Calciomercato.
Jurgen Klopp is believed to have made Dahoud his top target and has been pursuing the 21-year-old since arriving at Liverpool.
Dahoud is thought to be keen on a move to England, but is being tracked by Juventus and and AC Milan.
The Serie A clubs are expected to bid for Dahoud this January with Gladbach eager to avoid losing their star man for just £8.5 million in the summer.
A release clause in Dahoud’s current deal allows him to walk should a club offer that fee and Gladbach are desperate to cash in before being forced to accept a diminished fee.
Liverpool will have to move quickly to secure Dahoud’s signature with the transfer window closing on January 31.
Klopp has repeatedly said he is not looking to buy this month, but he may change his mind to buy his top target.