Kenny Dalglish hasn’t quite finished in the transfer market yet, with the Liverpool manager considering making a £10 million bid for Kevin Doyle, according to the Daily Star.
Doyle has been impressive for Wolves since the striker signed for the club in 2009, and after the side came dangerously close to relegation last season, Doyle has reportedly been considering a move to a club that is established in the Barclays Premier League.
While Liverpool currently have Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez as their commanding strike force, Dalglish, along with Damien Comolli, have both reportedly decided that they need more depth in the position, with David Ngog currently leading the charge in third place as a forward starter.
Comolli has reportedly been keen on Doyle since he worked at Tottenham, and wanted to being the striker to White Hart Lane before moving to Liverpool.
Dalglish reportedly sent a Liverpool scout to watch Doyle against Fulham yesterday, and was particularly impressed when the Irishman scored a goal in the 27th minute.
Mick McCarthy is said to be hoping to keep Doyle, but should Dalglish make an offer the Wolves boss can’t refuse, Liverpool may get their wish before the transfer window closes.