Liverpool are reportedly looking to make a surprise move for Barcelona striker Pedro Rodriguez despite having the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez leading their attack.
The Merseyside club are believed to have already made an inquiry about the Spaniard's availability this summer. According to the Mirror, Barcelona have reportedly told the Reds Pedro is available but only at the right price.
Although Liverpool have absolutely nothing to worry when it comes to scoring goals, Red manager Brendan Rodgers is believed to be impressed with Perdo due to his versatility and ability to play centrally or in wider attacking positions.
The move to Anfield also makes sense for Pedro, who has reportedly been told that he can leave the Nou Camp this summer. After a disappointing trophyless season under Gerardo Martino, who was recently sacked and replaced by Luis Enrique, the Catalan club is reportedly planning a mass exodus to make room for new talent this summer.
Pedro along with fellow forward Alexis Sanchez and midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who were not seen modelling Barcelona's new 2014/15 home kit, are all expected to depart from the Nou Camp this summer.
Liverpool have also reportedly made an enquiry about Sanchez. But the Chilean is expected to move to Serie A champions Juventus this summer, with Arsenal also reportedly keen on the former Udinese man.
Due to this reason, Rodgers will probably be sticking with his interest in Pedro rather than looking at other options.
The Spanish international, who has 52 goals in 169 appearances for the Catalans, has also been very impressive at the international level.
Pedro, who featured in both the semifinal as well as final of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, recently scored a crucial goal during Spain's qualifying game against France in Paris.
Now, the 26-year-old will be looking forward to helping Spain acheive glory in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
However, Liverpool, who are also reportedly planning a double swoop for Southampton's Adam Lalllana and Dejan Lovren, will face a slight problem if the Spaniard manages to do well in the World Cup this summer, as the better he performs the more the asking price and interest from other clubs will rise.