Higuain, 28, left Real Madrid for Napoli in the summer of 2013, joining the Italian side as a replacement for their star striker Edinson Cavani.
Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain celebrates after scoring against Udinese
With 53 goals in his first two seasons for Napoli, Higuain cemented himself as one of the game's very few world-class strikers, and that was before his record-breaking campaign this past season.
Higuain smashed an astonishing 36 goals in 35 Serie A appearances, breaking the record or most goals in a Serie A season; a record which had stood for 66 years before Higuain's incredible season.
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Now though, The Mirror report that Higuain is keen to leave Napoli this summer, and is interested in a move to Liverpool, despite them having no European football for next season.
Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain celebrates after scoring the second goal for Napoli
Landing a truly world-class striker would be a huge move for the Reds, and fans would love to see Higauin arrive, but whether Liverpool have the funds to tempt Napoli into a deal remains to be seen, and manager Klopp may have to sell the likes of Christian Benteke and even Daniel Sturridge to make a move for Higuain.
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