A proposed move to bring Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard to Liverpool is off, reports suggest.
In March it was reported that Liverpool were prepared to offer Divock Origi plus cash in a swap deal but the Belgian has also quashed the potential transfer by refusing a switch to Scotland.
Edouard, 23, has scored 21 goals in 39 appearances for Celtic this season, while Origi has not played a Premier League game since February.
The French under-21 international wasn't convinced Liverpool would be the right move for him because of the vast options Jurgen Klopp has with four satisfactory strikers already.
Anfield Central understands that Edouard had a personal phone call with Klopp about a potential move, but he didn't see where he would fit in.
That's understandable given Mohamed Salah's consistency of grabbing 20 goals a season.
Despite some injury spells, Portugal's Diogo Jota and Senegal striker Sadio Mane are also in double figures with a combined total of 31 goals.
Edouard is not short of other offers.
He has been linked with a move to Arsenal as a potential replacement for Alexandre Lacazette.
Leicester City were also reported to have put in an offer of £15million for the striker.
A flight back to France could be another route with AS Monaco and Lille showing their interest.
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