Liverpool is on the market for upgrading this summer and Jurgen Klopp is trying to reinforce a squad of Champions League winners.
The De Redt Deals aim to strengthen their already impressive defense, which greatly enhances the fact that Virgil van Dijk is not convincing him.
Liverpool is increasingly willing to pay what it takes to sign the rights players to bring them to the next level, as creates Van Dijk and Alisson deals.
However, it is claimed that Klopp in Denart has no interest in his assassination, which has been pursued by Ajax and the Netherlands this year after he has placed high on the United States wish list.
The Liverpool Echo Klopp claims that he has little value in pursuing the 19-year-old, who is expected to cost more than £ 60m and that he will be chased by Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.
And as he is satisfied with his current defense options, only 22 Premier League goals have been accepted this season.
Van Dijk is seen as one of the best centers in the world after playing a key role in the Liverpool title challenge and in the running of the Champions League.
Joe Gomez also has a high rate and will be happy to join the Dutch next season after a fight back from leg injury.
Joel Matip has also been at the highest level, and Dejan Lovren offers a fourth choice strong option and Fabinho can also enter the mid-back.
Liverpool does not have cash but Jurgen Klopp seems to spend more on refining elsewhere at this point.
Anfield legend Steve Nicol, however, urged De Ligt to consider proceeding to Merseyside over Ligue 1 PSG's great family.
"If that is your options [PSG or Barcelona], it's not incredible to me, ”said Nicol.
"You go to Barcelona. Or you go to Real Madrid, or you go to Man City, or you go to Liverpool.
"This all comes down to De Ligt, what does he want? Is he trying to have an easy life when they go to sea in the series and be tested in Europe?"
"But if you want to have your memory as one of the best ones, you go to one of this team I just mentioned.
"You will be remembered if you do good things then and you hit competitions."