Anfield side one of a host of sides chasing German international.
Marco Reus looks set to leave Borussia Dortmund with Goal.com claiming that Liverpool are expected to launch a bid for the German international.
The 25 year old’s contractual release clause will be activated in 2015 and Liverpool are one of a host of sides ready to make a move for the Westfalenstadion star.
Bayern Munich and Man City are both said to be keen with a fee of just €25m (£19m) required to land Reus, a very reasonable outlay for a player of his stature.
Given Dortmund’s shocking form, Jurgen Klopp’s side suffering seven defeats in their opening ten Bundesiga fixtures, will make the chances of the club persuading Reus to sign a new deal next to impossible.
Having seen Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli struggle for form, neither player as yet having netted a Premier League goal, Rodgers may well feel he is in desperate need for a further attacking option even if Reus isn’t strictly a striker signing it may be a role the Liverpool boss feels he can fill.
Reus is certainly an able finisher, 45 goals in 96 appearances for Borussia Dortmund, this after racking up 21 goals in his final season at Monchengladach.