Liverpool star wanted in £4.5m Spanish switch

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Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina is wanted by La Liga outfit Atletico Madrid, reports The Mirror

The Spanish international, who is currently on loan at Italian outfit Napoli, has been linked with a number of clubs around Europe in recent time. 

And with his long term Liverpool future now in major doubt, Atletico are the latest club to target the Reds 'keeper. 

It has been reported that Reina would cost around £4.5 million which could tempt Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers departing with the experienced 'keeper. 

Liverpool signed Belgian star Simon Mignolet in the summer to replace Reina and with the ex-Sunderland No.1 starring on Merseyside, Reina is expected to move on in the summer window. 

Mignolet has put in a string of fine performances since making the move to Anfield and now looks set to be the Liverpool No.1 for the long term. 

Meanwhile Reina has been performing well for Rafa Benitez's side in Italy and continues to attract interest from some of Europe's elite clubs. 

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