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Liverpool strategy director makes Spanish wonderkid 'transfer priority'

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Liverpool director of football strategy Damien Comolli has reportedly made Bojan Krkic his top summer target.

The Barcelona starlet is thought to be frustrated at a lack of first team opportunities at the Nou Camp, leading to speculation that he will make a move at the end of the season. Liverpool are one of the clubs linked with the paper.

Now, Spanish publication AS claims Comolli has made the Spanish international a 'top transfer priority', and the 20-year-old is reportedly keen on the idea of a move to Liverpool.

A striker who can also play in the wing positions, Bojan has rapidly risen through the ranks at the La Liga outfit, breaking goalscoring records for the junior side before impressing for the Catalan club's second string.

Becoming a regular for Pep Guardiola's senior side has been harder for the precocious talent, and word of his unhappiness has led to a number of clubs showing an interest in the player.

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is keen to revamp his Reds squad at the first opportunity, and has hinted at a number of additions as he puts a stamp on the Anfield side.


 

NESV, the club's owners, spent heavily in January and are thought to have urged the club to sign young, attacking talent on Merseyside. Bojan fits the bill, and with Comolli showing his interest in a potential move, Liverpool could make an offer at the end of the season.

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