€16m move 'not impossible' for Liverpool wonderkid target

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Liverpool playmaker target Bojan Krkić is being linked with a summer exit from Barcelona.

The 20-year-old Spanish international has failed to earn a regular starting spot at the Nou Camp under Pep Guardiola, and Liverpool are one of the clubs being linked with a move for the player.

Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City are also thought to be keen on bringing the player to the Barclays Premier League, and agent Zoran Vekic fueled the flames despite the player recently signing a new contract.

"It would not be impossible to move in the next transfer session,” Vekic told

"Barca did think about a loan for him last month, but in June we will sit at a table and talk about the future of the player."


Liverpool were first linked with the player back in December, with former Anfield chief Roy Hodgson reportedly keen to bring the player to Merseyside.

Director of Football strategy at Liverpool, Damien Comolli, is also thought to be an admirer of the player and is expected to try and persuade Bojan to join the club should he leave the Catalan outfit.

The slight starlet broke records for the youth and reserve teams at the Nou Camp, but with a plethora of attacking talent at the La Liga champions the player has found opportunities hard to come by.

Latest reports claim the player will look to kick-start his senior career with a move, and Liverpool could provide the player with first team opportunities in England.

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