However, the Bavarian giants are likely to look elsewhere to bolster this midfield options this summer.
Wijnaldum’s current contract at Anfield is set to expire at the end of the season with the midfielder appearing set to leave after five seasons on Merseyside.
The Dutchman was wanted by Barcelona last summer and has been a target for the La Liga giants since then with Ronald Koeman reportedly keen to bring him in on a free transfer.
Reports however have suggested Barca have cooled their interest with the club under intense financial pressure and unable to meet wage demands.
With a move still likely this summer, Abendzeitung now reports that Bayern Munich have been offered the 30-year-old.
While they admire Wijnaldum, Bayern are not in the running for his signature and are likely to focus on younger targets with the club looking at Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus.
The report adds ‘several top clubs’ are in for Wijnaldum.
With Wijnaldum’s future uncertain, Liverpool are thought to be considering options to replace the Netherlands international with club legend John Barnes believing Brighton stat Yves Bissouma would be a ‘good fit’.
‘Yves Bissouma has the ability to play at a team like Liverpool,’ Barnes told Bonus Code Bets.
‘He could fill what Jürgen Klopp wants from the three midfield players.
‘He is strong defensively, he works hard, he plays the ball quickly and every now and then when he needs to dribble, as much as we don’t speak about Brighton, you know he can do it, because he has [in the past].
‘Of all the players playing in England, that could fit the template of Liverpool’s midfield three, he is one of them.’
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