Comolli sets Liverpool winger sights on Schalke star

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Liverpool have turned their transfer sights to winger Jose Manuel Jurado, according to reports.

The Schalke midfielder is in fine form for the German outfit and has impressed in both the Bundesliga and Champions League this term at the Veltins-Arena.

Damien Comolli, director of football at Anfield, is thought to have been alerted to the player's ability, with Liverpool known to be in the market for a winger this summer.

Ashley Young, Eden Hazard and Charles N'Zogbia are three other players thought to be of interest to the Reds, with speculation mounting over who the club will make their move for.

24-year-old Jurado is the latest player to emerge on the list, with the former Atletico Madrid star tipped to add the creativity Kenny Dalglish is looking for at Liverpool.


Tribalfootball claims both Comolli and Dalglish are convinced the former Spanish U21 international can handle the speed and physicality of Barclays Premier League football at Liverpool.

With financial backing from Fenway Sports Group, who proved they are willing to back the Liverpool boss in the transfer market in January, an offer could potentially be made in the summer.

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