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Liverpool linked with renewed Diego approach

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Liverpool could reportedly renew their interest in Brazil international Diego this summer, although he has not ruled out a move back to Wolfsburg.

The 27-year-old has spent this season on loan with Atletico Madrid, having fallen out with the Wolfsburg hierarchy after a series of misdemeanours at the German club.

According to talkSPORT, Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish had been keen to bring Diego to Anfield last year, and was considering another approach for the playmaker at the end of this season.

However, it would appear that Dalglish's chances of securing Diego's signature have suffered a setback, with a return to Wolsfburg now a possibility.

"Anything can happen. It is not only in my hands. I did many things wrong in Wolfsburg," Diego said, according to talkSPORT.

Diego made 32 appearances for Wolfsburg after only one season at the Volkswagen Arena, following a €15 million transfer from Juventus.

This season, he has scored three goals in 21 appearances for Atleti, who have the opportunity to sign him on a permanent basis when the loan agreement expires.

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