Liverpool renew interest in €40m PSG star

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Liverpool are being tipped to renew their interest in Lucas Moura after the Brazilian was linked with a January loan move, reports talkSPORT.

Moura's development has stalled at Paris Saint-Germain following his mega €40m move in January.

The 21-year-old rejected the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea to move to the French capital but has struggled to claim a place in the starting XI ahead of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi.

Brazil's midfield prodigy has managed to start eight games in Ligue 1 this season but has been substituted in a number of those after failing to find his best form.

Although unwillingly to part with Moura permanently, PSG are willing to let the player go out on loan in January, giving Brendan Rodgers renewed hope of bringing the star to Anfield.

Rodgers is seeking reserves in attacking midfield as he looks to bring in support for star strikers Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.

The signing of Moura will also aid their pursuit of a top four finish.

Moura became a global phenomenon when he turned down Sir Alex Ferguson to move to Parc des Princes.

The Manchester United boss was keen to add some flair to the midfield at Old Trafford but failed to convince Moura that Manchester was the place to be.

New manager David Moyes should also consider a bid for Moura, considering the United midfield is still suffering from a lack of creativity.

Le10Sport is also reporting that both AC and Inter MIlan are keen on the Brazilian as well. 

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