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Alberto Moreno move to Liverpool back on?

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With the deal to loan out Iago Aspas to Sevilla complete, speculation is that there will finally be an agreement reached between Liverpool and Sevilla over the transfer of Alberto Moreno, according to the Liverpool Echo.

Moreno's future

Moreno, who recently turned 22 years of age, impressed last season as he cemented the left back position for Sevilla with a string of good performances and was considered unlucky to narrowly miss out on the Spanish World Cup squad.

Liverpool had previously walked away from their attempted purchase of Moreno after Sevilla rejected their £18million bid.

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Aspas holds the key?

However with Reds Chief Executive, Ian Ayre in Sevilla to complete the Aspas deal, many sources have speculated that the Moreno deal is back on the cards.

It is unclear whether Liverpool will have to increase their £18million bid or whether Sevilla have had a change of heart. With Aspas now signing a loan deal with the Spanish team, a deal could soon be struck between the two clubs for Moreno.

The left back position has been a problem position at Liverpool for the past few seasons. Last year the club finished the season with John Flanagan filling in whilst Jose Enrique was on the sidelines recovering from an injury that ruled him out for the campaign.

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