Liverpool are monitoring Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski, it has been claimed.
The Poland international has been in fine form this season - netting eight times in 15 games - and has been attracting admiring glances from further afield.
According to Polish news source Gwizdek24.pl, Liverpool are one of those clubs monitoring Lewandowski and a potential €10 million January bid has been mooted.
The acquisition of goalscoring reinforcements is not thought to be high on the agenda for Kenny Dalglish, but the Liverpool boss is said to be a fan of Lewandowski, 23.
Should the young forward move to Anfield, he is expected to be used as cover for Luis Suarez, while providing more direct competition for Andy Carroll.
Chelsea are also keen on Lewandowski, the player's agent confirmed to the press on Tuesday. Lewandowski joined Dortmund in the summer of 2010 and is under contract until 2014.