Liverpool plot biblical winger signing

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Liverpool are plotting a £20 million bid to tempt Sevilla winger Jesus Navas to the club, according to

The Spanish midfielder was thought to be too homesick to contemplate a move away from his native Spain, but after the player travelled to South Africa last summer with his international teammates during the World Cup finals, those fears appear to have been put to bed.

And Liverpool are now ready to make Navas their own, with a plan to offer £20 million this summer.


Kenny Dalglish has put a winger at the top of his transfer wish list this summer after the signing of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll called for a greater need for service from the wider positions, after the disappointing form of Joe Cole, who could leave Liverpool this summer.

Navas is known to crave Champions League football, and although the Anfield club will miss out on Europe's premier club competition next season, Liverpool will hope to tempt the 25-year-old with the carrot of a genuine title challenge next season.

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