Liverpool will make a £10million offer for Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic in January, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Reds tried to sign the stopper in the summer of 2013, but were scared off by the Potters £15million asking price.
Brendan Rodgers opted to sign Simon Mignolet for £6million cheaper, but the Belgian has struggled to live up to expectations at Anfield, as the Reds continue to ship a large number of goals.
Mignolet conceded 50 Premier League goals last term – a record for a side finishing Premier League runners up.
Begovic has just 20 months to run on his current deal at the Britannia, and could be lured away for a cut price £10million deal in January.
The Bosnian has established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the country during his time with Stoke, and has previously made no secret of his desire to move to a bigger club.
According to Premiership stats the top 3 goalkeepers in the Premiership are Forster of Southampton, Fabianski of Swansea and Lloris of Spurs. Mignolet is at no.12 and Bergovic is at 16, so why would we go for someone who’s current form isn’t even as good as our present keeper?