Liverpool scouting French duo
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to improve the attacking threat of his squad and has sent his scouts to France to keep an eye on the pair.
Menez is reportedly the Irishman’s top choice to but would love to buy his teammate Gameiro if possible.
Rodgers wants to have more of a broad selection of forwards at his disposal to provide competition for Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge. He may use flop Fabio Borini as part of a deal to bring the French duo to the club.
Menez was a regular starter at the beginning of the season but has fallen out of favour in the last few weeks under boss Carlo Ancelotti.
The 25 year old started his career at Sochaux before moving to Monaco. In 2008 he switched to AS Roma before returning to his homeland to join PSG two years ago.
He made his debut for the France national team in August 2010.
He appeared regularly in Euro 2012 qualifying and was picked by Laurent Blanc for the final tournament and scored in France’s second group game against Ukraine.
But he could be on the move again with just over one year left to run on his current contract. Rodgers is confident he can bag his man on a cut-price deal if he gets in early this summer.
Gameiro is also a French international and joined PSG in June 2011. But following the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic last summer, he has found opportunities had to come by and is keen on a move away from the club.
The 25-year-old said: “I want to play football every time; I am no different to any player.
“It is difficult to sit on the bench but all big clubs in Europe have the same problems, you can’t play every game but being involved is good.”