According to Turkish-Football.com, Liverpool sent a scout to watch Besiktas midfielder Anderson Talisca in action against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
Jürgen Klopp is reportedly a keen admirer of the Brazilian, but surely the Reds' bitter rivals Everton should be keeping tabs on the 24-year-old.
Everton have been woefully inept in forward areas this season, and an injection of creative guile and quality will surely be needed in the summer, if they are to make a real challenge for the European spots.
Talisca is incredibly skilful, and his game is quintessentially Brazilian. He possesses an eye for a killer pass, and his movement and awareness in the final third would undoubtedly help the blues improve upon the potency of their attacking play.
The Brazil ace can also play in a more orthodox central midfield role - something that would surely be an attractive prospect for Sam Allardyce.
The Benfica-owned ace is valued at £14.4 million, according to Transfer Markt, and that would represent an absolute steal in this day and age.
Everton should seriously consider challenging their bitter rivals for Talisca's signature, and if Allardyce manages to bring him to Goodison Park, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for the Toffees.