According to The Mirror, Liverpool are interested in a new move for Paris Saint-Germain's Julian Draxler - but Arsenal and Manchester United could also make moves for him.
Draxler, 23, was billed as one of German football's top young talents for many years having come up through the ranks with Schalke, notching 30 goals in 170 appearances for the Gelsenkirchen outfit.
Paris Saint-Germain's Julian Draxler celebrates after scoring
The playmaker made a shock move to Wolfsburg in 2015 as a replacement for Kevin de Bruyne, and after hitting eight goals in 45 games there, Paris Saint-Germain splashed the cash to sign Draxler in January of this year.
Despite notching ten goals in just 25 games for PSG, Draxler's future is already in doubt. The French giants broke the world transfer record to sign Neymar from Barcelona earlier this summer, and the Brazilian's arrival at the Parc des Princes may now push Draxler out of the club already.
The Mirror report that PSG may now be willing to cash in on Draxler, demanding just £32million for his signature - and it's claimed that Premier League trio Arsenal, Liverpool and even Manchester United are vying for his services before the transfer deadline later this month.
It's stated that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has held an interest in signing Draxler since the playmaker's teenage years, whilst Liverpool are back in the market for the German international having allegedly failed with a January move to sign him.
With rumours continuing over Philippe Coutinho's future at Anfield, manager Jurgen Klopp may be looking at potential replacements - and Draxler, who can play on the left or centrally, much like Coutinho, could be a smart target at a fraction of the fee gained from any Coutinho move.
However, with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho frustrated in his pursuit of Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic, his search for a left-sided midfielder could take him to Draxler, meaning that 'The Special One' could look to swoop in and beat Liverpool to one of Klopp's targets in a move that would surely spark debate between fans of two of the country's biggest clubs.
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