Paris Saint-Germain saw a January move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge rejected but Liverpool are braced for multiple enquiries in the summer, reports claim.
The Ligue 1 giants were keen to add the international to their ranks, viewing him as an ideal partner for Edinson Cavani.
Sturridge has found himself out in the cold under Jurgen Klopp this season, with the German coach preferring to deploy Roberto Firmino in the central striking role.
But Klopp was unwilling to let Sturridge move to the Parc des Princes in the winter window, according to Goal.
PSG didn’t attempt to agree personal terms with the striker after learning Klopp was unwilling to let him go but could be one of the sides to move for him again in the summer.
While he was unable to leave midway through a campaign, an end-of-season deal would allow Liverpool time to find a replacement.
Sturridge is expected to ask to leave after starting just nine games in all competitions in 2016/17.