Liverpool were reportedly watching two Germany players as they beat Hungary 2-0 on Saturday.
The Reds have already added three players to their squad for next season, as goalkeeper Loris Karius, defender Joel Matip and midfielder Marko Grujic will all join up with the Reds this summer.
However, manager Jurgen Klopp still needs more reinforcements, and with Euro 2016 around the corner, Reds scouts appear to have been watching some international football to watch two targets.
The Daily Mail report that Liverpool were watching the Germany v Hungary game in Gelsenkirchen on Saturday, and had their eyes on left back Jonas Hector and playmaker Mario Gotze.
Hector, 26, has impressed in the Bundesliga with Koln, and is now in line to start for Germany at left back at the European Championships - a position which Liverpool may need to strengthen.
Alberto Moreno suffered a miserable Europa League final against Sevilla, and bringing in Hector could help Klopp solve that particular problem in his defence, having had scouts watching him on Saturday.
The other target was a favourite of Klopp; Bayern Munich playmaker Mario Gotze. The 24-year-old thrived under Klopp at Dortmund with 31 goals in 116 games, but his move to Bayern Munich has turned sour.
Gotze started just 11 Bundesiga games this past season, and whilst he should have a key role for Germany this summer, he needs to play first-team football at club level - and a reunion with Klopp could be ideal.
Liverpool would have to fork out to land both players, but having watched them in action over the weekend, it seems that moves for the duo are at least in the thoughts of Klopp and Liverpool.
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