The Nigerian publication state that the main clubs interested in the 24-year-old are Newcastle United, West Ham United and Southampton.
Bild also confirmed this news, claiming that Union Berlin have placed a £21m price tag on their star striker.
Anfield Watch Verdict
Liverpool only sold Awoniyi last summer but he's already made a great impression in Germany, scoring 17 goals in all competitions for Union.
Max Kruse, 11 direct goal involvements. Injured 🏥
Enter: Taiwo Awoniyi ❗ pic.twitter.com/omqjf65EoU
— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) January 9, 2021
This means that if the Iron Ones do sell the 24-year-old for their asking price of £21m this summer then Liverpool would receive £2.1m from the German side.
It's a good deal for everyone. Union Berlin make over double what they signed him for and the Reds receive a total of £8.6m for a player that never made an appearance for the club.
“He (Klopp) said it was a good thing because he felt like everyone at Union wanted to sign me at the club," said Awoniyi.
“He said it was the most important thing for a young player."
Since leaving Liverpool, Awoniyi made his debut for Nigeria and was their starting striker in this year's African Cup of Nations.
The Union Berlin forward started three of the Super Eagles' four games in the competition, scoring one goal in a 3-1 win over Sudan.