Liverpool will land Osasuna defender Nacho Monreal if they meet the buyout clause in his contract, it has emerged.
According to AS, should the Reds bid £10 million for the 26-year-old, it will trigger the clause written into his deal and discussions between the two parties can then commence.
It was initially reported by the Daily Mail that Liverpool were chasing the Spaniard as they look find a recognised left-back after the departure of Paul Konchesky from Anfield.
With Konchesky failing to make a lasting impression on Merseyside, and subsequently being loaned out to Nottingham Forest, Liverpool are in desperate need of a long-term replacement - and appear to have identified Monreal as a potential successor.
With Fabio Aurelio struggling with form and injury, Glen Johnson has been forced to deputise for Liverpool and - while he seems to be flourishing in his new position - the Anfield club are expected to sign reinforcements in the summer.
As well as Monreal, Liverpool have also been linked with Newcastle's Jose Enrique and Celtic star Emilio Izaguirre in their pursuit of fresh blood.