Liverpool scout Premier League rivals' winger target - report

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Liverpool are tracking American winger Brek Shea, according to the Times, with the 21-year-old also on Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United’s radar.

Shea was watched by numerous scouts as the USA took on Honduras over the weekend, with North America winning the game 1-0.

Liverpool and Manchester City were reported to be the main sides boasting scouts at the match, while Chelsea and United are still monitoring the situation.


Liverpool will likely be looking to bolster their squad even further next January after signing seven players in the summer, as Kenny Dalglish is given a big budget from the Red’s owners to take the side to challenge for trophies.

City will be Liverpool’s biggest competition to get to Shea, who has made 75 appearances for FC Dallas, but if Dalglish is able to qualify for Champions League football this season, the starlet may decide that Anfield is his preferred option.

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