Liverpool are monitoring the progress of Monaco striker Park Chu-Young, it has been claimed.
According to the Daily Mail, the Reds are 'showing an interest' in the South Korea international, who scored 12 times in 33 appearances in Ligue 1 last season.
Park, 25, could lead a summer exodus from the Stade Louis II after Monaco dropped into the second tier of French football at the end of the campaign, while Liverpool are also reportedly monitoring his teammate Benjamin Moukandjo.
The acquisition of more potent goalscoring options is known to be a transfer window priority for Liverpool, while bringing a player with the profile of Park to Anfield will do no commercial harm to the club.
With the transfer window set to open in the coming days, Liverpool's transfer activity is seemingly set to increase, while the have already made steps to secure their first signings.
Sunderland midfielder Jordan Henderson has been the subject of a £14 million offer from Liverpool, which was rejected by the Black Cats.
Meanwhile, The Telegraph yesterday reported that Liverpool are also on the verge of making a £10 million move for Henderson's teammate Lee Cattermole.