Liverpool are planning a swoop for Spartak Moscow winger Quincy Promes. The Reds are in fine form in this season as they are sitting comfortably in second place in the table.
However, there could be hiccups as in form winger Sadio Mane who arrived from Southampton will be unavailable for a number of games due to his national commitment for Senegal in the African Cup of Nations. Another option, Danny Ings, has been ruled out for the season for an injury.
Klopp is very adamant to add a player in the January as a back up to Mane who could miss as much as six games.
Promes came through the ranks of RKSV DCG, Ajax and Haarlem. He made significant progress at FC Twente and then was permanently signed by Spartak Moscow for a reported fee of £13m.
The Dutch player, who has 16 caps for Netherlands, has been in outrageous form and has been their top goal scorer for the past two seasons. He has bagged 36 goals in 71 appearances for the Russian side.
Promes has played in a number of positions in his whole career but right now finds the right wing position most suitable. A very skilful player, the 24-year-old has the knack of cutting in with blistering speed. He is also a good free kick taker that makes him one of the most versatile players in the European circuit right now.
An offer in the region of £24million could tempt the Russian side to sell the attacker who has signed a contract extension in August.