Liverpool have reportedly retained a long-term interest in Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.
Before the end of the summer window, Los Blancos got a deal over the line for the highly-rated youngster, taking advantage of the Frenchman having just a year left on his contract at Rennes.
However, while the 19-year-old has been a constant presence in Carlo Ancelotti‘s squad, he has been restricted to seven starts and 13 substitute appearances in all competitions.
According to El Nacional, Liverpool are monitoring the situation in the event that a situation arises where they can sign the prospect.
While the report stresses that there is little chance of a transfer occurring during the summer, Jurgen Klopp has not lost interest in signing Camavinga.
Much could depend on Real’s activity in the market later in 2022, while the La Liga leaders are also intent on handing a new contract to veteran Luka Modric.