Liverpool have been given a boost in their pursuit of Marco Reus, after details of the German international’s buy-out-clause were revealed, reports the Daily Mail.
Reus is reportedly available for £19.8million this summer, which will come as a boost to the Reds who had previously expected to pay over £30million for his services.
Reus has been linked with Liverpool, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich this summer, and is yet to sign a new contract with Borussia Dortmund.
That means he is available for a knock-down price, although Dortmund remain reluctant to part with the 25-year-old, and hope he will sign a new contract.
Brendan Rodgers has been urged by supporters to bid for the man who fired 21 goals in 39 matches last season, with the Reds desperate to sign a player capable of scoring goals at a similar rate to Luis Suarez who departed for Barcelona last month.