Liverpool and Chelsea are reportedly preparing to renew their interest in signing of PSV Eindhoven star Ibrahim Sangare.
The Merseyside Reds were rumoured with interest in the 24-year-old during the summer transfer window, while Chelsea former manager Thomas Tuchel also tried to sign him, however, the deadline passed with the Ivory Coast international still at his Dutch team.
West Ham and Manchester United were also credited with an interest in the 24-year-old midfielder, who signed a new contract with PSV last month, with the agreement following to run until June 2027.
Sangare has again been an important figure for his Eredivisie team this term, featuring on 10 occasions in all competitions, scoring three goals in the process.
In total, the Ivorian has played 98 games for PSV since arriving from Ligue 1 outfits, Toulouse back in September 2020, scoring eight goals and providing six assists.
According to Calciomercato, Liverpool remain interested in the midfielder and could attempt to bring him to Anfield during the January transfer window.
The report suggests that AC Milan are also keeping a close tabs on the situation, while the Hammers are hopeful of bringing him to the English top-tier.
“I am a PSV player, and I am concentrating on the three games we have left this season. I don’t have my head in other things. After that, I’ll go on holiday, and I’ll have time to talk about possible next projects. But until then I don’t want to worry about that,” Sangare told De Telegraaf when addressing his future in May.
“Playing in the Premier League is not only a dream of mine but a dream of every footballer. That is the biggest and most important league in the world.”