Liverpool and Arsenal are on high alert as reports claim Paris St Germain have made two of Liverpool’s high quality target available for transfers in the January transfer window.
Liverpool have been chasing unsettled attacker -Jese Rodriguez- in recent weeks as the future of the former Real Madrid player has been a topic of much speculation as the 23-year-old had found it had to settle down Parc Des Princes due to fitness and injury problems. The Real Madrid academy product has made 14 appearances for the League 1 outfit in which he started only one of those games so far and scoring just two goals since his £21m summer transfer from Real Madrid.
It believed that a host of premier League teams aside Liverpool, are also monitoring the situation at Parc Des Princes, teams including the likes of Arsenal, West Ham United and Manchester United but as of the moment Liverpool and Arsenal seem the most likely to get their man.
Arsenal’s target, -Grzegorz Krychowiak- a former Sevilla player is a player Arsene Wenger has an interest in as he looks to provide an efficient cover for Francis Coquelin who is injured and unavailable. The Polish man is some sort of versatile player that can also play as a centre-back when not playing as defensive midfielder.
Paris St Germain are believed to be open to both loan and permanent deals for both players which would eventually attract big pay.