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Liverpool hold 'serious interest' in Argentine striker

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Liverpool hold a 'serious interest' in Argentine striker Luciano Vietto, according to his agent Jorge Cyterszpiler.

As reported by Sky Sports, Cyterszpiler claims Vietto is wanted by Real Madrid, Napoli and a couple of German sides as well as Liverpool.

Vietto's agent had revealed last week that Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers is a keen admirer of the 20-year-old forward.

And he has now confirmed he is aware of strong interest from the Merseyside club as well as from former-Anfield boss Rafa Benitez at Napoli.

But while last week he suggested Vietto could be off at the end of the season, he's now not so sure.

Speaking to Radio La Red, Cyterszpiler said: "Luciano is playing at a very good level and that has made several teams get interested in him and some others keep an eye on him.

"Real Madrid and Liverpool have shown a serious interest, and we already know that exists since last year from Napoli.

"In addition to that, there are some requests from Germany."

Vietto is one of several highly rated youngsters at Racing Club, and the Sky Sports report goes on to claim midfielder Bruno Zuculini has agreed a move to Manchester City.

The 20-year-old has been scouted by a number of top European clubs but it looks like he will be heading to Manchester at the end of the season.

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