€18m Liverpool wing wizard target won't rule out 'mouth watering' move

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Liverpool starlet target Eden Hazard has opened the door to a potential 'big move' in the summer.

The Belgian international has been linked with a number of clubs in recent months as his stock continues to rise, with Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish thought to be one of those interested in the player.

Damien Comolli, director of football strategy at Anfield, is also a known admirer of the player and keen to bring the 20-year-old to Anfield.

Barcelona, Arsenal, Manchester United and Real Madrid have also been linked with the player, who joined Lille as a junior before making his senior debut in 2007.

With over 100 appearances for Les Dogues to his name already, Hazard would provide potential suitors with domestic, european and international success despite his tender age.

"All of the big clubs make my mouth water. I wouldn’t rule out any of them," Hazard told

"Real Madrid are a legendary football club, as are Barcelona, Manchester United and many others."


Liverpool are believed to be one of the others, and were heavily linked with a swoop for the player in last month's transfer window.

New owners NESV have already shown they are willing to back Dalglish in the transfer market, spending over £55 million on striker at Liverpool in January.

John W. Henry is keen to see young, attacking talent fill the ranks for the Merseysiders, and it appears Liverpool will have to spend big again for a talent valued in the region of £30 million.

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