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Liverpool told to step up big money pursuit of France ace

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Lille have slapped a €15 million price-tag on Liverpool target Adil Rami.

It had previously been reported by the Independent that the Reds were examining the France defender, and now imscouting.com suggests Lille are willing to let him leave if the demands are met.

Rami is just one of three Lille players linked with a switch to Anfield as Roy Hodgson looks to strengthen his Liverpool squad in January.

Ivorian attacker Gervinho and Belgian winger Eden Hazard are also allegedly on the Liverpool radar after Hodgson identified his frontline as the area of his squad in most need of bolstering.

However, Liverpool are also thought to be in the market for for defensive reinforcements, with the Anfield club also linked with French youngster Mamadou Sakho and Switzerland full-back Reto Ziegler.

According to imscouting.com, the Liverpool boss was impressed by Rami after watching him in action first hand as France beat England at Wembley earlier this month, and is now said to be interested in bringing him to Anfield.

Whether Liverpool will launch a bid for Rami in New Year remains to be seen, but it is likely to be a busy January at Anfield as new Liverpool owners NESV look to back their manager in the transfer market.

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