The 23-year-old is willing to turn down Manchester United and Barcelona as he waits for Liverpool to activate his 52 million euro release clause.
RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has impressed in his four seasons with the Bundesliga side and has scored 21 goals in 23 games in the league this season.
That form has alerted some of Europe's elite to him and he is available for just £51 million because of a release clause in his contract. Manchester United and Barcelona have already made enquiries but, according to the Athletic, he is ready to wait for Liverpool to make an approach.
The release clause for Werner is only valid until the end of April, meaning that any side would have to pay more if they waited until the summer, and the report says Liverpool would make an approach sometime next month, should they decide to make the move.
March is when the Reds started making moves for both Fabinho and Alisson in recent years, when they'd put in excellent performances for Monaco and Roma respectively.
However Transfermarkt journalist Nicolò Schira claims that the Premier League leaders have already been in contact with the Germany striker and offered him an €8 million + bonuses a year deal until 2025.