Liverpool midfield target 'would love' Premier League chance

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Liverpool target Delvin Ndinga would love the opportunity to play in England, according to his agent. claims several Barclays Premier League clubs are tracking the Auxerre powerhouse, with the Reds and Manchester United two clubs credited with showing an interested in the midfielder.

A Congolese international, Ndinga is contracted with his current Ligue 1 side until 2014 but agent Milan Calasan admits the lure of England could be too strong should one of the clubs monitoring his progress make a move.

"I know a lot of English clubs are watching Delvin," Calasan told

"Delvin has impressed in the Champions League and a lot of teams are keeping an eye on him.

"I believe Delvin would be ideal for England as he has all the attributes to be a success in England and he would love the chance to play in the Premier League."

Kenny Dalglish has been linked with a handful of midfielders in recent months, with the Liverpool boss claiming at the end of last week that the club were pursuing 'high calibre' targets.


Alongside Damien Comolli, director of football at Liverpool, the pair have reportedly pulled together a list of players for the club to pursue this summer.

A left back, winger and attacking midfielder is also believed to be on the agenda, whilst a central midfielder is believed to be in mind as Liverpool look to replace the reportedly departing Christian Poulsen. Ndinga could be the answer.

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