£17 million wing wonder wants shock Liverpool switch

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Tottenham winger David Bentley remains hopeful over a January move to Liverpool.

According to Metro, the 26-year-old - who joined Spurs from Blackburn for around £17 million in 2008 - has his sights set on a transfer window switch to Merseyside in a deal worth as little as £5 million.

Roy Hodgson is reportedly keen to offer Bentley a way out of his White Hart Lane misery in New Year as the Liverpool boss looks to add more potent attacking options to his squad.

The 63-year-old has been quite open about his intention to bring more goal threats to Liverpool next month after admitting his side rely too heavily on Anfield hero Fernando Torres.

Bentley is just one of several names to have been linked with a winter move to Liverpool as Hodgson searches for attacking reinforcements.

Liverpool also reportedly have their sights on Ajax captain Luis Suarez and Wigan whiz Charles N'Zogbia, as well as Japan sensation Keisuke Honda and Belgian starlet Eden Hazard.

Whether the Anfield club thrash out deals for any of the aforementioned names remains to be seen, but new Liverpool owners NESV are expected to back their manager in the transfer market.

Various reports have suggested Hodgson will be handed anywhere between £20-30 million to bring new recruits to Liverpool and continue the NESV revolution.

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