Liverpool have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race to sign Real Madrid star James Rodriguez.
The Colombia international looks set to leave the Bernabeu after struggling for game time under Zinedine Zidane.
And Spanish outlet Don Balon say the Reds are now among the clubs interested in snapping him up.
Liverpool are willing to match his £52million price tag, while the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan and Bayern Munich are also keen.
However, the 25-year-old is said to favour a move to their fierce rivals United instead.
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Barcelona will offer Arsenal a pick of one of three players in a bid to sign Hector Bellerin.
Bellerin has long been linked with a return to the Nou Camp, ever since breaking into the Arsenal team in 2015.
And Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo say that the Catalan giants will offer the Gunners one of either Arda Turan, Denis Suarez and Rafinha as part of negotiations.
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Bellerin himself has refused to rule out a return, calling Barcelona 'the best club in the world.'
"You never know what could happen. It's a club that I grew up in as a kid, the best club in the world," he told SPORT.
"It's always been very good in London, my family settled there with me, although now, for family reasons, they have had to return to Barcelona."
Barcelona are determined to bring Arsenal star Hector Bellerin back to the Nou Camp
Lyon hitman Alexandre Lacazette has admitted he could still join Atletico Madrid this summer.
The France international has been backed to move to Spain as a replacement for Antoine Griezmann.
And, despite the club being banned from signing players until January, Lacazette remains open to sealing a move before then even though he would be unable to play.
"It is possible. This is a case that can not be ruled out," he said.
"I did not think about it too much because the president [of Lyon, Jean-Michel Aulas] said it was not possible. We must prepare for all the contingencies but that is not the plan I would prefer."