€7m Liverpool playmaker target set for move - parent club 'resigned' to loss

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Liverpool midfielder target Niko Kranjcar is reportedly 'tempting' Kenny Dalglish.

The Croatian international is thought to be one of the top summer targets on Anfield, although a number of players in a variety of positions are being linked in a similar fashion with Liverpool.

Kranjcar appears to be one of the more concrete links though, with the Reds thought to be chasing the Spurs star for several months now after contemplating a move in January.

After falling down the pecking order at White Hart Lane, the former Portsmouth ace is thought to be after a move in an effort to gain first team football next season.

Whether Liverpool can offer the player that is up for debate, but Dalglish is thought to be keen on a €7 million move that could see the player join the ranks on Merseyside.


The Metro claims Harry Redknapp is resigned to losing the player in the next transfer window, with German side Werder Bremen also thought to be keen on the player.

It's Liverpool who lead the charge in the Barclays Premier League though, with Dalglish looking to add further signings following the double addition in January.

NESV, the club's owners, proved that they are willing to back the Liverpool boss financially after spending over £55 million in the winter, and will look to do so again at the end of the current campaign.

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