Liverpool set to make a move for Son Heung-Min

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Liverpool are looking at Bayer Leverkusen’s Son Heung-Min as a summer transfer target, according to The Sun.

It is no secret that Brendan Rodgers is looking to add to his options in attack and it is believed that the Reds boss has already named the South Korean international on his wish list for the summer transfer window.

The 22-year-old has been in outstanding form for Bayer Leverkusen this season - notiching an impressive 14 goals in 35 appearances - as they look set secure third place in the Bundesliga and qualify for the Champions League.

Liverpool fans may remember Son’s name from 2013 when the attacking midfielder was linked with a move to Anfield as he departed Hamburg.

The South Korean was also linked with Manchester United at the time, but opted to stay in Germany at the time, but it looks as if he could finally be about to make the move to England.

Bayer Leverkusen would command a transfer fee of around £15million for Son’s services, and Rodgers may have to move a player on before he can complete a deal for his target.

Despite being only 22, Son has already racked up 42 caps for his country and scored on ten occasions.

Rodgers has made no secret about the fact that if Liverpool are to mount another title challenge next season that they need to fill the goal scoring void left by Luis Suarez last summer, and he will hope that if Son does move to Anfield he will able to do so.

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