Liverpool are reported to have opened talks over signing Gremio hotshot Luan.
The forward, 24, netted 18 times in 51 league and cup appearances last season to help his club win the Copa Libertadores.
It came in a season when he also made his international debut and was voted South American Player of the Year.
According to journalist Duncan Castles, Liverpool have now begun discussions over bringing him to the Premier League.
And Reds could trigger talks with the former Olympian if they meet his 18million euro (£15.77m) release clause.
Luan signed a fresh three-year deal in November so that his club could net a windfall should he leave.
At the time, Gremio president Romildo Bolzan explained: “Luan said he was ready to renew and would never leave without a favourable renewal of his situation. He has now kept his word.”
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Jurgen Klopp is light of a forward after Phillipe Coutinho’s £145m departure to Barcelona.
But with Adam Lallana returning from injury, Klopp would be able to ease Luan into the fold should Liverpool pick up injuries.
Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino have been on fire this season and Sadio Mane is now finding form, with Dominic Solanke and Daniel Sturridge out of the side.
Lemar almost joined Arsenal in August but a £92m deal fell through on deadline day.