Timo Werner is willing to sign for Liverpool if they trigger his £52m release clause before it expires on 15 June.
Werner has been in remarkable form this season, with his 21 goals helping RB Leipzig make a surprise challenge for the Bundesliga title.
The 24-year-old's impressive performances have unsurprisingly been attracting interest from a host of top European clubs.
However, it is understood that the Reds have no intention of making a move for the striker prior to 15 June when the stipulation runs out. They have put all transfer business on-hold until the financial uncertainty created by the COVID-19 crisis has subsided.
Werner has made no secret of his admiration of Liverpool of late, revealing back in February that he was 'honoured' to be linked with such a big club. He has also referred to Klopp's side as 'the best in the world'.
It was reported recently that the German was taking English lessons ahead of a potential move to Anfield and it is widely expected that a move to Liverpool will happen in the future.