Paris Saint-Germain have offered Liverpool the opportunity to sign striker Guillaume Hoarau, it has been claimed.
According to The Guardian - who source reports in France - PSG are prepared to offload the France international, and have touted him out to the Merseyside club.
Hoarau scored 11 times for PSG last season and, with the acquisition of Kevin Gameiro expected to be followed by a marquee signing, the 27-year-old will see himself slide down the pecking order at the Parc des Princes.
Liverpool have been linked with Hoarau in the past but, whether or not they retain a genuine interest in the Frenchman remains to be seen.
Hoarau's goal return hardly makes him an outstanding candidate to move to Anfield this summer, as Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) continue to build a squad capable of challenging for top honours.
Liverpool have already added Sunderland youngster Jordan Henderson to their ranks and, on Wednesday afternoon, confirmed a deal had been reached to by Charlie Adam.
The Blackpool captain has been on the Liverpool radar for a number of months, but his protracted move to Anfield now appears to be nearing a conclusion.