Liverpool track £9m South American defender

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Liverpool's attempts to fill their problem left-back position may lead to them signing Udinese's Pablo Armero, report talkSPORT.

The 24-year-old, who has intimated in the past of his desire to play for Arsenal or Barcelona, can play at either left-back or left-wing and has made a number of impressive performances for the Serie A side.

Paul Konchesky's poor performances and Fabio Aurelio's injury problems may lead to manager Kenny Dalglish making a move for Armero, as Liveprool plot their summer transfer strategy.


The Columbian's versatility makes me a move than viable option for Liverpool, and with Dalglish looking for a player to service £35 million striker Andy Carroll, Armero may prove to be just the man.

The full-back has only spent one season at Udinese after his move from Palmeiras and is ratted by the Italian side at £9 million.

Jose Enrique and Gary Cahill are just two of the defenders linked with a move to Anfield, with Dalglish expected to be given a large transfer kitty to develop his Liverpool squad into genuine title contenders.

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