Exclusive: Reds move for La Liga hotshot demanded

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Liverpool should sign Valencia striker Roberto Soldado to help solve their goalscoring crisis, according to a poll conducted by GiveMeFootball.

The 26-year-old has scored 16 goals this season with Valencia lying seven points off the pace in La Liga.

The Reds' need for a striker has swelled in recent weeks, with their inability to convert openings holding them back in pursuit of qualification for the Champions League.

Four successive home draws with Manchester United, Norwich City, Swansea City and Manchester City leaves Kenny Dalglish's side two points off fourth placed Chelsea.

With an eight-match FA ban looming over Luis Suarez, and Andy Carroll yet to find form in the red of Liverpool, the club are in dire need of bringing in some fresh blood.

When polled, 87% of supporters wanted to see Soldado recruited in the upcoming transfer window to help bare the potential loss of Suarez.

Supporters were less than enthused with other potential candidates with Hugo Rodallega leading the likes of Lucas Oscampos, Rory Donnelly and Nikica Jelavic.

It's left to be seen whether Dalglish will be tempted to delve into the market, but supporters have spoken as to who they'd like to see join the Anfield ranks.

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