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Liverpool target Georginio Wijnaldum would reportedly be open to a move to the Barclays Premier League.

According to talkSPORT, the 20-year-old has placed a number of clubs on red alert after admitting a transfer to England would be an interesting proposition.

The Feyenoord winger is finally showing signs of realising his potential and recently scored four goals in an Eredivisie win over FC Groningen.

TalkSPORT understands that Liverpool have dispatched scouts to watch the attacker in action this season and a move to Anfield could come to fruition when the transfer window reopens in June.

The Holland under 21 international is considered by many to be a 'rough diamond' - desperate to developed into a superstar under the right tutelage; something he could achieve at Liverpool.


 

Kenny Dalglish has already demonstrated the influence he can have over his players, with the confidence instilled in the Liverpool squad the driving force behind their ascent of the Barclays Premier League table.

Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt could also prove to be a key figure the quest to bring Wijnaldum to Anfield, with the former serving as a mentor to the latter during his time at Feyenoord.

"Dirk Kuyt is my role model. He left Feyenoord when he was the best, I am not that far," Wijnaldum was reported as saying by Goal.com.

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