Liverpool have joined the race to sign former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, according to Squawka.
The former Manchester United have been superb for Bayer Leverkusen since joining the Bundesliga outfit last summer.
His performances in Germany has alerted Premier league clubs with Chelsea, Arsenal and now Liverpool reportedly interested in the Mexico international.
The report also claims the striker is enjoying life in Germany and he is uninterested in a move back to the Premier league.
Hernandez moved to Germany after Louis Van Gaal told him he has just 1% chance of playing for the Red Devils.
The midfielder was linked with a move to Chelsea as the West London club contemplated bringing in a striker that is already used to the Premier league as back up to Diego Costa but the Blues has since then turned their attention to the likes of Vardy.
Arsenal were also reportedly interested in signing the striker as they search for a capable back up to Olivier Giroud.
Liverpool are now interested in signing the striker after it was revealed that the club’s £32m summer signing Benteke is finding it difficult to adapt to Klopp’s new philosophy.
Liverpool currently sit 9th on the Premier league table and 5 points away from 4th position.