Liverpool have no intention of getting involved in a bidding war with Man United for Jadon Sancho this summer.
The Borussia Dortmund attacking sensation is set to leave the club in the upcoming transfer window if his £100million-plus asking price is met.
A Liverpool source has revealed that Jurgen Klopp is a huge admirer of Sancho, 20, and would be interested in adding him to his team’s star-studded forward ranks
But Sancho is being priced out of the reach of the Merseysiders and it is not currently considered viable for him to move to Anfield this year.
Man United are in pole position to sign him this summer and have the funds to meet a valuation that is likely to defy football’s changed economics as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Dortmund have let it be known via intermediaries they want an initial £88m for Sancho rising to more than £100m including various performance-related add-ons.
That would secure an astronomical profit for a player the German giants signed from Man City for just £8m three years ago
During that time Sancho has developed into one of the most exciting and feared young forwards in world football.
He is a mainstay of a thrilling Dortmund front line and his 90 matches for the club have already yielded 31 goals and a remarkable 42 assists.
In this season alone, Sancho has scored 17 times from 35 matches and also supplied 19 assists.