Liverpool have been boosted in their pursuit of Ajax winger Viktor Fishcer after the 19-year-old had a fall out with the Dutch Officials, according to the Metro.
The Reds, who were tracking the player last summer, have been given the go ahead to sign the player for a fee in the range of £15m.
The player came into the limelight after a series of impressive performances for the Dutch side but has not been in great form in recent weeks, something which has been accredited to a conflict of interest between the player and the club.
The Reds are in the market for a winger and were close to securing a deal for Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk's Yevhen Konoplyanka but were foiled in their attempts after the club refused to sell the player on deadline day in January.
Chairman Ian Ayre had flown to Ukraine to seal the deal but to no avail and Brendan Rodgers is looking for alternatives, with a winger on the top of his wanted list.
"The only thing I will say is the football club done everything possible to get the player in, in every aspect: finance, we had the doctor out there, the chief scout, everyone. Categorically, Ian Ayre did a brilliant job negotiating. The money wasn't the problem. I feel really sorry for the player. He was desperate to come to one of the biggest clubs in the world. It just wasn't to be," Rodgers said after the deal fell through.
Meanwhile, Fischer is reportedly willing to move to Anfield in the summer with Liverpool on the cusp of securing Champions League football. The Reds are currently second in the league, level on points with Arsenal and seven points behind league leaders Chelsea.
Rodgers' side have a game in hand against Sunderland and have a chance to further reduce the gap with the Merseyside club scheduled to play Jose Mourinho's men at Anfield later in April.
This is Liverpool's best chance to win the Premier League trophy in over two decades and will need to be at the top of their game in the final few games to secure a positive result.