Liverpool will have scouts watching Thiago Alcantara closely tomorrow night in Berlin when Bayer Leverkusen look to upset the odds against Bayern Munich in the DFB Pokal final.
The Reds will have representatives at the Olympiastadion with several players of interest to Jurgen Klopp and the Anfield hierarchy.
Thiago has been closely linked with a move to Merseyside this week given that he is yet to sign a contract extension at Bayern.
He has just one year remaining on his current deal and while the Bayern board are determined to tie him down, the Spaniard seems keen to embark on a new adventure.
The midfielder is 29 and knows that he may not get the chance to move to another top club again if he does not consider his future at the Allianz Arena now.
Bayern could be forced into a sale this summer at a cut-price deal to avoid losing him on a free transfer 12 months down the line.
Thiago may not be the only player of interest to Liverpool though.
Leon Bailey is keen on a move to the Premier League before the start of next season.
The Jamaican could be up for grabs for under £30million, a bargain in the current transfer market.
Sky Sports claim that Liverpool’s scouts will be joined by Manchester City, Manchester United and Everton at tomorrow’s final.
Pep Guardiola is on the lookout for a replacement for Leroy Sane and Bailey could fit the bill.
He’s a player that Liverpool have considered in the past given that his speed and technical qualities fit the profile of a typical Klopp attacker.
It would be fair to assume the Premier League champions will also take the chance to run the rule over Kai Havertz.
The German international has enjoyed another standout campaign for Leverkusen and this weekend could be his emotional farewell as he looks to sign off on a high.
“There are a lot of good players on this planet,” Klopp told Sky Germany when asked about Havertz and Timo Werner.
“Timo Werner is a great player, Kai Havertz is a great player.”
Liverpool will not be able to afford Havertz this summer but things can still change between now and October, when the transfer window closes.
Not only that, but should Leverkusen hang onto the attacking midfielder for another season, Liverpool’s stance on a deal could change.
The Bundesliga outfit failed to qualify for the Champions League next season though which could have a say on the future of both Havertz and Bailey respectively.