Koln goalkeeper Timo Horn has told German newspaper Bild that he has yet to receive an offer from Liverpool to join the club this summer.
Current goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been heavily criticised throughout his time at Anfield, whilst Adam Bogdan appears to have no future on Merseyside despite only signing from Bolton Wanderers last summer.
With youngster Danny Ward possibly going out on loan again, another goalkeeper could be high on Klopp's wish list, and reports have suggested that he wants to bring a fellow German to Anfield with him.
Recent reports from The Sun claimed that Liverpool scout Dave Fallows went on a final scouting mission to watch Koln stopper Timo Horn in action ahead of the summer transfer window, with the Reds ready to offer £7m for his services.
The 22-year-old has become one of the top young goalkeepers in German football, and with almost 150 appearances to his name for Koln, he's far from inexperienced at a top level of football.
Now, Horn has been speaking to the German press about his future, and was specifically asked about the interest from Liverpool and Klopp.
Horn told Bild that he hasn't receive a concrete offer from Liverpool or anybody else just yet, but will consider a move away from Koln if an offer comes in for him during the summer transfer window.
"The fact is that there is still no concrete offer from Liverpool or any other clubs," said Horn. "My heart stays in Koln, for now I stand in goal for Koln next season. But I have always said that I will sit down to address it when an offer from a top club comes," he added.
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