Liverpool might not be making any significant moves in the recent winter transfer window, but they are already planning for next summer.

Reports in Italy suggesting that the Reds are keen on snatching Napoli star attacker, Lorenzo Insigne.

The media even claim that Jurgen Klopp’s side have made an offer around 70 million Euro to secure the player’s signature next season.

However, apparently The Reds’ approach is not directed towards Insigne’s club as just yet, but through his agent’s instead.

This situation is not actually ideal for Liverpool, but they are hoping that getting the player’s approval can make any negotiation smoother.

Napoli themselves are reported would be asking for at least 150 million Euro for their 27-year-old attacker.

A very large sum of amount indeed, but not something surprising since I Partenopei’s owner, Aurelio De Laurentis, is not an easy person to negotiate.

Should The Reds are insisting with their approach, they must fork out more than just what they reportedly have been offering.

Unless, the player himself create an uneasy situation at Napoli, which is something very unlikely to happen.

It remain to be seen on whether Liverpool will indeed go through their interest or opting a different route next summer.