Liverpool linked with Roma striker

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Liverpool target Bojan Krkic insists he is happy at Roma despite a miserable debut season in Serie A, reports talkSPORT.

The 21-year-old striker arrived in Italy from Barcelona last summer, but after scoring just seven goals in 33 league appearances, has struggled to find his feet.

Luis Enrique paid £10million to bring Bojan to Stadio Olimpico, however, after the Spaniard confirmed he is set to leave Roma after only one season, speculation has risen to suggest his compatriot could follow him out the exit door.

Liverpool have been credited with an interest in bringing a player - who has been widely regarded as one of the brightest young talents in all of Europe - to Anfield this summer, though Bojan insists he remains happy at Roma.

"My future? We will talk a little, but I can say I'm very happy in Rome and it does not depend on who is the coach. This is a beautiful place and I love it here.

"Of my own season I can be very satisfied, it's been a great experience, because I came from a totally different kind of football and, for an attacker, the Italian league is the most difficult."

Reds boss Kenny Dalglish is likely to be busy again in the transfer market this summer, as he looks to improve on a disappointing season by further strengthening his squad.

Whether or not Bojan is one of Liverpool's prospective transfer targets, only time will tell. Either way, it's imperative that a club that only managed to score 47 goals in the Premier League this term, adds more firepower ahead of the new campaign.

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