Liverpool star offered Anfield exit

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Inter Milan have made an offer for Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt, according to the agent of the Holland international.

The Italian giants had made an offer for the 31-year-old last summer during the brief tenure of Rafa Benitez, but were fruitless in their attempts to bring Kuyt to the San Siro.

However, it would appear that Inter retain an interest in Kuyt despite the change in leadership, and have launched a fresh attempt to prise him away from Anfield.

"Inter Milan have made an attractive offer for Dirk and he has to think about it," Kuyt's representative Rob Jansen told RTV West. "However, the two clubs have yet to agree a deal."

Liverpool, however, would seemingly be reluctant to allow Kuyt to leave the club, after he was rewarded with a contract extension at the end of last season.

And, although there is fair more competition for places at Anfield this term, Kuyt is still likely to have an integral role to play, and is currently just one goal away from 50 league strikes for the club.


Kenny Dalglish for one would certainly love to see Kuyt reach that milestone, and has lauded the former Feyenoord man for his all-round contribution to Liverpool.

"Dirk is a fantastic player for this football club," Dalglish told the official Liverpool website.

"He does work hard for the team, but then sometimes that work ethic disguises the ability he has got as well, so don't forget he has got a fair amount of ability.

"It's fantastic for anyone to get 50 league goals for his club and that will be a great milestone for him when he gets it."

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