Liverpool in striker loan move

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Ryan Babel's future could be in Italy according to the Italian reports.

The Italian source stated Ryan Babel is said to be used in a swap deal with Milan striker Klass-Jan Huntelaar heading the other way on loan.

There has been strong speculation that the Dutch striker is keen on a move to the Premier League with Tottenham linked in the summer, Manchester United in recent weeks, but now Liverpool leading the chase.

Huntelaar's agent has publicly stated, with the World Cup beckoning, Huntelaar is thinking of leaving the San Siro.

Arnold Oosterveer went on to say, "there are some clubs in England interested in the player, that is correct. But out of respect for the clubs I cannot tell you [which ones they are].

It depends. In football everything is possible and in the last week a lot of things can happen. He wants to play more than he plays now and if that is in England or Germany or Spain or Italy, that is for him."

More reports were made in the that Klass-Jan Huntelaar lack of action, and with Rafa Benitez looking for a striker, Anfield could be the answer to the Milan's strikers frustration.

The move is likely to be welcomed by the Rossoneri and its a quick-fix answer for both clubs.

With a healthy goalscoring record at both Ajax with 76 goals in 92 Eredivisie games and also Real Madrid, Liverpool could revive Huntelaar ahead of the World Cup.

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