Wigan's Victor Moses has put Liverpool and Tottenham on red alert after contract negotiations over a new Latics contract stalled.
Moses has been one of Wigan's most consistent performers in the last 12 months, scoring twice in 20 league appearances this season as Roberto Martinez's side battle relegation.
Liverpool were linked with a move for the former-Crystal Palace winger last January but he opted for a move to the DW Stadium instead.
Following an impressive start to the season, Martinez moved to offer Moses an improved contract but talks have since stalled and his agent, Tony Finnigan, revealed a number of Premier League clubs, believed to include Liverpool, had enquired about his client.
"We talked to Wigan about a contract five weeks ago but still haven't seen anything," Finnigan said.
"My phone goes all the time. Victor's got his admirers out there," he added.
Liverpool are in the market for additional firepower in midfield, with summer signings Jordan Henderson, Charlie Adam and Stewart Downing having contributed just three goals between them.
According to the Metro, a bid in the region of £8m should be sufficient to tempt Martinez to sell one of his prize assets as the club struggle to avoid the drop.