Liverpool are keen on securing a permanent deal for Chelsea winger Victor Moses, reports The Metro.
The Reds took the 22-year-old on loan from the Blues in the past transfer window and, despite the Nigerian star in-and-out of the team at Anfield, Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to keep him for the long term.
It's thought the Merseyside outfit will have to pay their Premier League rivals £7 million for his long term services.
Moses however, will be looking for more opportunities at the Anfield outfit before he decides to leave Chelsea for good.
The winger struggled for opportunities at Stamford Bridge and with Jose Mourinho in charge at Chelsea, it's unlikely he will get many opportunities in the future.
And with Liverpool ready to keep him at the club, Moses may now see his long term future on Merseyside, if he is given more opportunities to shine.
Liverpool currently sit above Moses' parent club in the table as both clubs go in search of glory this season.
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