Liverpool have been warned over further Paris Saint-Germain interest in Philippe Coutinho and could look to improve his contract.
The French champions failed with a £22.5million bid for Coutinho in the summer, according to the Express, but have been watching his impressive performances for the Reds this season with interest.
Le 10 Sport claim PSG will return with an improved offer in January, with Coutinho eligible to be added to their Champions League-chasing squad because Liverpool aren't involved in UEFA competitions this season.
Liverpool have the 24-year-old locked down on a contract through to 2020 so shouldn't be concerned but the club may consider offering the in-form playmaker an improved deal to keep him focused on his job at Anfield.
Coutinho's current contract, which he signed in January 2015, is reportedly worth £100,000 a week - making him on of the top earners at Liverpool - but it would be a fraction of what he could make in Paris.