£20m winger joins Liverpool wanted list - reports

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Liverpool are being linked with a shock £20 million move for Spurs winger Aaron Lennon.

The England international is the latest in a long-line of players to emerge on the Reds' wish list, with Kenny Dalglish keen to strengthen in the wide areas at Anfield.

The Metro claims that Liverpool have now set their sights on Lennon, stating that a move for the former Leeds star would cost the Reds in the region of £20 million.

Stewart Downing is also still thought to be on the club's radar, with an £18 million deal still thought to be an option for the former Middlesbrough star.

Charlie Adam is also on the Reds' radar, and negotiations are thought to be ongoing between the Reds and Blackpool in the race for the Scottish international.

Harry Redknapp confirmed over the weekend that Spurs will have to sell players before they buy this summer, and with several transfer targets on the Tottenham radar, the news will come as a boost to Liverpool should they wish to pursue Lennon.


A left back and striker are also thought to be on the Merseysiders' agenda this summer, with Dalglish looking to splash the cash further following the £20 million arrival of Jordan Henderson at Liverpool.

The Sunday People claimed Damien Comolli, director of football at Liverpool, was now personally turning his attention to the 24-year-old, although the Frenchman is braced for some tough talks with Spurs chairman and old boss Daniel Levy should the pursuit continue.

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