REAL MADRID attacker Lucas Vazquez has decided to join Liverpool ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window, according to the reports from Spain.
Spanish winger had little interest in moving to Liverpool when the Reds began enquiring about his availability, however, has been convinced to join them next season, according to Don Balon.
The Spanish publication claim that the Los Blancos forward’s change of mind has been motivated by two factors.
Liverpool are ready to offer him an important role in Jurgen Klopp’s team and a huge pay rise on his current salary at Real Madrid.
Vazquez has failed to secure a regular spot in Zinedine Zidane’s squad despite his fine form.
He has contributed eight goals and created 16 chances to his teammate in just 27 games in all competition.
Vazquez could face his potential future employers later this month when Real Madrid face Liverpool in the Champions League final.
According to Don Balon, the Spanish club’s transfer fixer Florentino Perez has already planning to let Vasquez leave the Santiago Bernabeu as he plans massive squad overhaul in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Vazquez is contracted with Real Madrid until 202.