Bayer Leverkusen striker Stefan Kiessling has hinted that he could leave the club when the winter transfer window opens in January, according to the Metro.
According to the Express, Klopp is looking at the possibility of bringing Kiessling to Anfield in January on a short term basis.
The report claims the striker is concerned about his status at Bayer Leverkusen and could be tempted to leave the German club.
The striker on Saturday hinted that he may have played his last game for Bayer leverkusen as he eyes up a January transfer out of the German club. Speaking to Sky sports Deutshland, he said:
‘I’ve got to be honest and say we’ll have to see.
‘I’ve given it some thought and I will keep thinking about it.
The situation is that of course I would like to be playing – I’ve been here for 10 years and love this club and everybody knows how happy I am here.
‘I’ve got a pretty good relationship with the fans and of course also with the club. I love playing here and I love this club, and it’s overall a very, very difficult situation for me and everybody knows this.
The striker moved to Bayer Leverkusen from Nuremberg in 2006 and has since then scored 123 goals in 300 appearances for the club.