Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are preparing to offload 29-year-old Croatian international Danijel Pranjic, which has alerted the attention of Liverpool.
Insidefutbol.com reports how Pranjic will leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the current season as part of the expected revolution that will see a complete revamp of Bayern's first-team squad.
Reds manager Kenny Dalglish is known to be in the market for left-sided additions, with a left-back recruit said to be the number one priority when the transfer window reopens this summer.
Despite being under contract until 2012, Pranjic could move to Anfield with his ability to play anywhere down the left seen as a great attribute as Liverpool look to find a solution to somewhat of a problem position.
The Reds are also looking to build a squad around the recently acquired strike partnership of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll, and as such are looking to bring in relevant players who can provide service to their front line.
With six assists in 22 starts for Bayern this campaign, Pranjic has shown he has the proven ability Liverpool are looking for, and Reds director of football Damien Comolli is keen to take a closer look at him before the season finishes.
Since the Anfield takeover by Fenway Sport Group, Liverpool have been linked with a host of left-back targets including, Jose Enrique, Fabio Coentrao and Gael Clichy.
But the Reds owners are not only focused on big-money marquee signings, as interest in Pranjic proves, they are willing to negotiate more modest deals to benefit the long-term future of Liverpool football club.