Salomon Kalou would reportedly be open to a summer move to Liverpool, according to his agent Rodger Linse.
The former Chelsea star, who left the club after six years of service, will be available on a free transfer, after failing to agree terms over a new deal.
According to reports on Sky Sports, Kalou's availability is of interest to new Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers who worked with the Ivorian during his time coaching at Chelsea.
While Liverpool's transfer plans are not yet confirmed, it is believed that Rodgers would at least consider a move for the 26 year-old.
When the possibility of a move was mooted to Kalou's agent, he said: "There are conversations going on, and of course when that is happening then you must be careful what you say.
"Liverpool can speak for themselves, and Schalke can speak for themselves. That is fine.”
Kalou is thought to be carefully considering his next move, with rumours that both Newcastle United and Bundesliga giants Schalke are potential destinations.
Linse continued by praising Liverpool's reported interest, but refused to give anything else away.
“Of course Liverpool is a very big club, in terms of support and in terms of history,” he said.
"It is definitely positive to hear that a big club like them are showing an interest in Salomon, though it is too early to say anything definitive at this stage."
During his time at Chelsea, Kalou won four FA Cups, the Premier League, League Cup and most recently the Champions League.