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La Liga outfit 'will listen to offers' for Argentine Anfield target

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Liverpool have reportedly been alerted to the availability of Sevilla winger Diego Perotti.

The Argentine international is thought to be heading for a La Liga exit after the Rojiblancos agreed a deal to bring German international Piotr Trochowski to the club.

Despite a release clause in the region €48 million, tribalfootball.com reports that the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán outfit will listen to bids, with £14 million thought to be the asking price.

Sport.co.uk claimed a week ago that Liverpool had been joined by Merseyside neighbours Everton in the race to land the player, who moved to Spain from Deportivo Morón back in 2007.

The Reds are reportedly preparing for a busy summer, with The Metro suggesting as many as 22 transfers could take place at Anfield as Kenny Dalglish looks to mould together a competitive Liverpool side.

A winger is thought to be one of the club's priorities as the transfer window looms, with Ashley Young, Dimitri Payet and Chung-Yong Lee all speculatively placed on the Liverpool shortlist.


 

With money pledged to the Scot by owners Fenway Sports Group, a left back, striker and central midfielder are also thought to be on the agenda.

Perotti's ability to play as a second striker also makes him a versatile option for Liverpool, and a move could be in the offing come the end of the season should Damien Comolli give his seal of approval.

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