The Reds are continuing to be linked with the PSG star and may well attempt an audacious relocation this summer

Former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse has actually admitted he is ‘dreaming’ of seeing Kylian Mbappe bet his old club.

The Reds have long been related to a relocation for the Paris Saint-Germain star, who is considered as among the very best players in his position in the world.

And the Ligue 1 giants might be required to offer the World Cup-winner if they are to be able to manage a smash hit relocation for Barcelona star Lionel Messi.

The prospect of Mbappe connecting with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Hair and Roberto Firmino is definitely an amazing one.

And speaking in an interview with the Daily Mail Cisse talked up the possibility of his fellow Frenchman making the switch to Anfield.

” Firstly he’s smart, he’s a team-player so he can play in different positions and he will match with Salah and Sadio,” Cisse said.

” If Firmino stays, you understand, it will be a crazy team. For me that would be the very best group on the planet.

” He would be the one. I do not know what Liverpool can do in regards to investment but it would be a big move for a key player. I wish to dream, and I wish to see him there.’

Cisse has been dissatisfied by what he has seen from Jurgen Klopp’s side in recent weeks, and does not believe they can utilize injuries as a valid excuse for their bad form.

” They missed a few gamers however it’s not an excuse,” he added. “If you wish to be champions you have to win games, especially in the house.

” It’s a tight spot, no crowd and no atmosphere to enhance you on when you require. But still, you can’t lose points in the house.

” Last season they were truly destroying every group. Even top teams at the exact same level as them. I don’t know if it’s also the build-up of games, the players are worn out, [Virgil] Van Dijk is hurt and they now have a lot of injured players.

” For sure, it’s not the same Liverpool we’re utilized to seeing from last season. At the minute they’re providing the other groups the opportunity to catch up and it’s bad.”