Huddersfield Town have moved to solve next season's goalkeeping dilemma by agreeing a loan deal for Liverpool stopper Danny Ward, according to reports in Italy.
Tuttomercatoweb claims the Welsh international is set to move to the John Smith's Stadium on a season-long loan this summer after making his Premier League debut against Bournemouth last month.
Watch Klopp discuss Danny Ward ahead of Swansea clash
Town are in the market for two new keepers ahead of next term, with Jed Steer due to return to Aston Villa at the conclusion of his own loan spell and Joe Murphy potentially unavailable until October after surgery.
And with the close relationship that exists between Town boss David Wagner and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp well-known, the links for young Reds' prospects are starting to appear.
Ward, 22, joined Liverpool in 2012 from Wrexham and has spent the majority of this season on loan at Aberdeen, keeping 13 clean sheets and prompting a recall to Anfield.
Speaking after his Premier League bow against Bournemouth, Klopp said: "Danny Ward was brilliant."
He was between the sticks at the weekend as a young Liverpool side were defeated 3-1 at Swansea and made his senior international debut for Wales in March.