Liverpool join shock race for out-of-favour €10m Inter star

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Liverpool are being linked with a January move for Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari.

The Ghanaian international has reportedly told his club that he's keen to leave the San Siro, and Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is thought to be interested in bringing the player back to the Barclays Premier League.

La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that the player wanted to leave the Serie 'A' outfit last month, and Sportsvibe now link Liverpool with a move for the player. The Reds have previously been mentioned with regards to a move for Muntari, and could look to bring the player to Merseyside on loan.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp, who managed the player during his time at Portsmouth, is also thought to be keen on the player given his apparent availability, and the White Hart Lane outfit are thought to be in the market for a defensive midfielder.


Liverpool are also thought to be keen on strengthening in that position, with chairman Tom Werner promising transfer money for Dalglish to spend in January.

An attacking foil for Fernando Torres is thought to be the priority, and Liverpool director of football strategy Damien Comolli confirmed the club's interest in Luis SUarez and Ashley Young only yesterday.

The Reds have remained fairly tight-lipped over their other targets, but Muntari's experience at both club and country level makes him a viable transfer option given the €10 million valuation from Inter.

Whilst a loan deal is thought to be the best option for all parties, the Anfield outfit could make a permanent swoop in the summer should Muntari settle into life with Liverpool well.

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