Reported Liverpool target Niko Kranjcar has held crisis talks with Tottenham regarding his future.
According to The Guardian, the Croatian winger expressed his frustration at a lack of first team first opportunities and made it clear that the situation needs to change.
The 26-year-old has previously been linked by Metro with a move to Liverpool and the Anfield club are reportedly keenly monitoring his situation.
However, Liverpool may struggle to prise him away from White Hart Lane after Redknapp stated that he had no intention of letting the winger leave.
"He's not the type you'd want to lose because you couldn't replace people like that easily. He's a class act. He will get back in, he will get his chances to play," he said.
"We've got a tough second half of the season so we're going to need our best players and he's one of those. I would love to keep him here."
Valued at £11 million by transfermarkt, Kranjcar has slipped down the pecking order at Spurs due to the promotion of Gareth Bale into an attacking role.
The acquisition of Steven Pienaar is likely to see Kranjcar's opportunities become even more limited and Liverpool are thought to be eyeing up a cut-price bid.
Kranjcar could go some way to providing Liverpool with the added invention in front of goal they so desperately crave in order to kickstart their faltering season.
Liverpool are known to have identified their attacking ranks as the most in need of reinforcement during the transfer window and have been linked with moves for Aston Villa wideman Ashley Young and Saint-Etienne rising-star Dimitri Payet.
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