Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that there is no reason he cannot sign Borussia Dortmund pair Marco Reus and Matt Hummels.
Klopp took charge of Liverpool last month and the Merseyside club has been linked with a move for Hummels and Reus.
The pair could cost the Merseyside club up to £56million and Klopp is considering tabling an offer for the duo as he looks to strengthen his club in the race for the top four.
However, Klopp has claimed that there is no agreement between himself and BVB that will prevent him from signing their players:
“I have a good relationship with Borussia Dortmund and a good relationship with all the players there,’ he said.
‘So there could be a possibility – if we need a player then we could try.
‘At this moment there is nothing to talk about.
‘But there is no agreement that we can’t do business with Dortmund. There’s also no agreement that we can’t sell players to Dortmund!’
Reus has been lined with a move away from BVB since last two summers. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester United are all interested in the German playmaker while Manchester United and Barcelona will battle with Liverpool for Hummel’s signature.