Premier League giants Liverpool are keeping tabs on Juventus forward Federico Bernardeschi, according to the reports from
The Italy international has been used in spells by Italian giants head-coach, Maurizio Sarri, with Federico Bernardeschi starting in 11 games in all competitions.
He has not played a full 90 minutes since the 1-1 with a draw with Lecce back in October with Calciomercato (via Sport Witness) report that Sarri now prefers the trio of Paolo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo as his forward line and it could see the Italian forward to look options somewhere else.
The report adds that Italian winger could now be available for sale when the transfer window will be re-opened in January transfer window after Maurizio Sarri criticised his game against Udinese on Sunday.
Serie A defending champions may consider a sale if they receive an ‘important offer’ with the Merseyside Reds ‘keeping tabs on’ the 25-year-old ahead of the January move.
No figures are mentioned in the report and little details are given as to when the Merseyside Reds are likely to pursue the winger and, with a deal for Salzburg attacker Takumi Minamino imminent, it would seem unlikely Jurgen Klopp would be interested in a January transfer.