The Reds have struggled to make significant improvements this summer with Dominic Solanke and Mohamed Salah the only new additions made by the Anfield club.
Liverpool are willing to give Atletico Madrid striker Angel Correa a five-year contract worth nearly €3m per year if he agrees to move to Anfield, but the Argentine is hoping for a higher amount.
Atletico are unable to sign any players until January due to a Federation Internationale de Football Association imposed transfer ban.
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According to Foot Mercato (via the Metro) Liverpool are now in negotiations for the striker - following their five-year contract proposal - who could be allowed to leave the Spanish club if the Reds table a bid in excess of £25m.
He is believed to be open to a move away from Diego Simeone's side after he struggled for game time last season, having to compete with Antoine Griezmann and fan favourite Fernando Torrres at the Vicente Calderon.
Liverpool have signed England Under-20 worldwide Dominic Solanke in a free transfer from Premier League champions Chelsea.
Atletico Madrid signed the Argentine hitman from San Lorenzo in 2014, splashing out €7.5m to do the deal and handing him a contract until the summer of 2019.