Liverpool offered the chance to sign Viktor Fischer

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Liverpool have been offered the chance to sign Ajax starlet Viktor Fischer this summer through a third-party agent, reports from the Netherlands cited by The Metro suggest.

Such reports speculate that the player may have fallen out with the coaching staff at the Amsterdam ArenA and that the Reds have subsequently been told that he is available for them to sign at the end of the season.

19-year-old Fischer, a full Danish international who did not feature at Wembley against England on Wednesday night, arrived at Ajax from FC Midtjylland in 2011 and steadily established a reputation as an exciting young talent out wide.

And despite making 23 appearances in the Eredivisie so far this season, it appears as if there are considerable doubts over his long-term future with the reigning champions.

Liverpool, who face beaten Capital One Cup finalists Sunderland in the Premier League on Monday evening, have been in stellar form this season and find themselves second in the table with just two months of the season remaining.

Brendan Rodgers largely has his attacking unit to thank for such a lofty position, with Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge terrorising opposition defences with the help of an impressive supporting cast that includes the likes of Philippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling.

However, if Liverpool are to consistently compete at such a high level, they will surely need to strengthen further this summer.

Fischer could be attainable for a fee in the region of £15 million and it is suggested that he would favour a move to Anfield and is friends with Liverpool defender and compatriot Daniel Agger.

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