Following the disappointment of last season, Liverpool are widely expected to be significantly strengthen their squad during the upcoming summer and a host of players have unsurprisingly already been linked with a move to Anfield over the past few weeks.
Sadio Mane, Mario Gotze and Piotr Zielinski are just some of the names being linked with a transfer to Liverpool over the past few weeks and now according to reports emerging out of England, it has been claimed that the Reds are currently in talks to sign Croatian international Marko Pjaca.
Pjaca is currently plying his trade for Dinamo Zagreb and he enjoyed a wonderful campaign with the Croatian giants last term, scoring 12 goals as well as providing 6 assists from a midfield position.
Pjaca set for Liverpool move?
Such a fine run of form earned him a place in Croatia’s national team for the European Championships and he has also managed to attract the interest from a host of top clubs around Europe, with Liverpool being touted as one of the leading candidates to sign him.
Now according to reports emerging from the Gazetta dello Sport, revelations can be made that Liverpool are currently in negotiations with Dinamo Zagreb over the signing of Pjaca.
It has been claimed that Liverpool already have had a previous offer rejected by Dinamo but the Reds have placed an improved bid of around £12 million recently and are confident of landing the services of the 21-year-old this time around.