Liverpool & Tottenham considering January bid for Arsenal target

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Liverpool and Tottenham are considering a January move for ex-Chelsea star Salomon Kalou, reports The Express.

Kalou, who is currently plying his trade at French outfit Lille, has scored six goals in 19 league games in Ligue 1 so far this season. 

And now the forward could now be heading back to the Premier League, with league leaders Arsenal also interested. 

With Gunners boss Arsene Wenger looking to add to his forward ranks, he could also make a move for the star this month. 

However there's also interest from around Europe, with the likes of Italian outfit Roma and Turkish side Besiktas monitoring the Ivorian. 

Kalou's most likely destination however appears to be Liverpool or Tottenham and the clubs could go head-to-head as they prepare to swoop for the star. 

With the likes of Daniel Sturridge currently out with injury at Liverpool, Kalou could add extra fire power to the Merseyside outfit. 

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