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And if recent transfer rumours are to be believed, then the Merseyside club is keen to make a move for Real Madrid star Marco Asensio, easily one of the top young talents in the European scheme.

According to Sergio Santos Chozas of AS, while there have been recent rumours about interest in the player from Liverpool, there is no chance of the Spain worldwide departing the Santiago Bernabeu any time soon.

Spain global Marco Asensio, who is now competing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, started last season with a flourish of goals but towards the back end of the campaign struggled to retain his place in Los Blancos' star-studded lineup.

Constantly linked with Gareth Bale, should Tottenham Hotspur actually compete with Liverpool to sign Marco Asensio from Real Madrid instead?

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Asensio signed a new contract with Madrid in September a year ago, meaning he's tied down until 2023 in the Spanish capital. In the meantime, he remains a popular figure in the transfer market, with Liverpool hot on his heels. However, someone that may be ready to pick it back up could well be United boss Mourinho, who is looking to strengthen his side in the coming weeks.

As things stand, Liverpool can still resurrect a deal for Fekir and the club hasn't commented on the situation as they did with both Naby Keïta and Virgil van Dijk sagas a year ago.

Mundo Deportivo says the Reds have made a sensational offer to bring Asensio to Anfield. But, in order to impart with over €300 million for the Brazilian superstar, the Real Madrid president will have to procure funds from player sales, having spent around €100 million in his compatriots Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior.

"Liverpool's interest has come out but it is gone and I'm focused on the World Cup", he told reporters (via Marca).