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Liverpool move 'not impossible' for €12m strike superstar

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Liverpool target Mirko Vucinic could make a summer move, according to the player's agent.

The Roma striker has been linked with a number of clubs both in England and abroad, with Liverpool thought to be one of those keen on signing the player.

Daily Mail reports claim Spurs boss Harry Redknapp is also interested in bringing the player to the Barclays Premier League, although a Serie 'A' switch is also a potential option.

“Vucinic is always linked with Napoli. His contract at Roma is until 2013, and he feels fine there and with the club; but nothing is impossible in football," agent Alessandro Lucci said recently.

Former Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson was thought to be the first Reds manager keen on bringing the player to Anfield, and Kenny Dalglish reportedly followed the interest up in January.

The Liverpool legend added two strikers in January in the shape of Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, but Dalglish is thought to be keen on adding another forward at the end of the season.


 

NESV, owners of the Merseyside club, proved that they are willing to back the manager financially in the winter transfer window, and will look to do so again in the summer.

It's unknown if the Montenegro international remains on the Liverpool wishlist, but competition will be fierce should the Reds attempt to land the player.

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