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Liverpool target in the dark over Anfield interest

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Partizan Belgrade's Brazilian star Cleo says he is unaware about reports linking him with a January move to Liverpool.

Recent reports have suggested that Roy Hodgson's side are considering a move for the 25-year-old Brazilian striker.

However, Cleo, who scored against Arsenal earlier on in this season's Champions League, is not taking the speculation too seriously.

"Liverpool? I heard something about this story….. Well, I actually read about it on the internet," Cleo told Serbian media outlet Blic.

"But nobody has talked with me about this. But of course in football you never know what tomorrow will bring to you.

"Just two years ago I had a trial at Lens, but then I signed for Red Star Belgrade.

"Back then I was too costly for Lens, but nowI'm at a club which plays in the Champions League. So you really never know what will happen.

"I don't want to think too much about my future."

Liverpool are looking to steal a march on other European teams by trying to tempt Partizan Belgrade to part with their biggest asset. Roy Hodgson is looking for a new strike partner for Fernando Torres, as David Ngog is the only other recognised striker on the books at Anfield.

No price has been quoted for the striker who netted 17 goals in 36 appearances last season, but it is believed an offer in the region of £7 million could be enough to take the striker to Liverpool.

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