Liverpool are reportedly eyeing a trio of Lyon players.

According to Mercato365, Liverpool scouted Lyon trio Tanguy Ndombele, Houssem Aouar and Memphis Depay in action against Marseille on Sunday.

Lyon travelled to Marseille for one of the biggest games of the weekend in France, and Lyon ran out 3-0 winners in a comfortable victory.

Maxwel Cornet opened the scoring in the first half, before Moussa Dembele added a late second, and Cornet scored again just moments later.

A host of Lyon players are bound to be attracting interest from around Europe, and a year after their move for Nabil Fekir collapsed, Liverpool could be back for more Lyon players.

Mercato365 report that Liverpool scouted Lyon trio Ndombele, Aouar and Depay on Sunday, seemingly eyeing them up for potential summer bids.

Midfielder Ndombele possesses great technical and athletic ability, serving as a great box-to-box midfielder, and that could be a welcome addition to the Liverpool midfield.

20-year-old Aouar is a little more creative and nimble, and after racking up seven goals and 10 assists this season, he’s shown he can really contribute in the final third. Liverpool have lacked such a midfielder since losing Philippe Coutinho, and Aouar fits the bill.

Meanwhile, Depay – formerly of rivals Manchester United – has salvaged his career with Lyon, and after 10 goals and 15 assists this season, and he could be the versatile forward Jurgen Klopp needs in the final third.

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