Barcelona ready to sell Ousmane Dembele to Liverpool provided the merseysiders can come up with £96m.
The winger is facing an uncertain future at the Catalan outfit after a tumultuous start to his life in Spain.
Dembele’s debut season at Barcelona was marred by a serious thigh injury which kept him out for over six months.
And even though the Frenchman managed to work his way back into Ernesto Valverde’s side, this season has seen the attacker dropped due to poor performances and concerns over his attitude.
Barcelona are now ready to offload Dembele – and have identified Liverpool as the club most likely to take the player off their hands, according to the Daily Mail.
However, the La Liga champions are worried the Reds will not meet their valuation of the 21-year-old.
Dembele was signed by Barcelona for an initial £96m in the summer of 2017.
However, Borussia Dortmund continue to rake in more than £35m in additional payments.
Barcelona had to pay an extra £4.5m after Dembele made his 25th appearances for Valverde, and a further £4.5m after the Catalan club qualified for the Champions League last season.
But Liverpool will have to pay at least £96m if they want to land Dembele – something which Barcelona are sceptical about.
The Daily Mail claim because of the Reds’ transfer history, the Spanish side are not convinced Jurgen Klopp will take such a big risk.
Dembele has been criticised in recent weeks for his attitude.