Liverpool striker target Ezequiel Lavezzi continues to be linked with an Anfield switch.
The Argentine international forward first emerged on the Merseysiders' radar back in 2009, when the player's agent reported that Liverpool had made an offer for his services.
Despite failing to secure the move, Lavezzi's stock has continued to rise in Serie 'A' and the player has impressed in recent seasons with Napoli.
Now, the Reds seem as keen as ever to bring the player to Anfield, and despite signing two strikers in January it's reported that Kenny Dalglish wants to add another striker to the ranks at Liverpool.
Valued at around €20 million, 'El Pocho' can also play in the second striker position and has an impressive assists record for both club and country.
An impressive performance against Liverpool in the Europa League has also gone some way to raising the player's profile with the Merseysiders, who could make their move in the summer.
It's unknown if the Argentine international is interested in a move to Liverpool, although the opportunity to play in England is likely to appeal to the 25-year-old.
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