Schalke 04 have purportedly brought down their asking price for supposed Liverpool target Ozan Kabak.
Ozan Kabak is one of two defenders thought to be on Liverpool’s lists as conceivable January replacement for the Virgil van Dijk, who got injured against Everton.
Brighton and Hove Albion’s Ben White is Jurgen Klopp’s top target in that position, however the Seagulls’ £50m asking price for the ex-Leeds United loanee could constrain Liverpool to take a look at different choices.
The 20-year-old is another player on their radar, and there are reports that Schalke would consider an offer of £27.1m for the defender.
The Reds were also connected with Ozan Kabak throughout the summer, when reports proposed that it would take nearer to £40m to prise him away from the Bundesliga outfit.
Nonetheless, Schalke have made a terrible start to the new season and could now be happy to consider a reduced value fee for the talented youngster, who actually has four years remaining on his contract.
Inter Milan are also thought to be enthusiasm for Ozan Kabak, while Liverpool have also been connected with a move for RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano.