Park Chu-Young is a target for German side Schalke, but would prefer a move to Liverpool, according to talkSPORT.
After declaring that his future lay away from current side Monaco, the South Korean is looking for a new club for the upcoming season after claiming he would refuse to play in the second tier of French football following Monaco's relegation.
Despite Schalke's advances, Liverpool are still his preferred destination.
With David N'Gog still set to leave Liverpool, Park would provide ideal back up to Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll in The Reds' attack.
Park's demands means he would be available for as little as £6 million, despite scoring 12 goals last season for Monaco.
The price is expected to tempt Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur into bidding for the 26-year-old this summer.
Park's fellow countryman Ji Sung-Park is also being linked with a move away from his club, Manchester United, after he claimed he was uncertain about his future at United.
The duo both stared for South Korea during the 2010 World Cup, but United and Monaco could be set to lose two of their prized assets.