Liverpool are reportedly interested in securing the services of Valencia midfielder Dani Parejo this summer, according to talksSPORT.
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is looking to bolster his midfield options during the close season and is thought to see Parejo as a perfect fit.
Parejo has been in fine form in La Liga this season, largely edging mainstay Ever Benega out of the side.
The 24-year-old is a Real Madrid academy Graduate, where he made five appearances for the senior side before being moved on.
Those with a good memory may remember Parejo's first stint in English football with Queens Park Rangers, where he made 14 appearances during the 2008/09 season before being recalled.
Parejo then joined Getafe where he had a fruitful spell, and earned himself a move to current club Valencia.
Rodgers has dipped his toe in the Spanish transfer market before, recruiting Iago Aspas and Luis Alberto from Celta Vigo and Sevilla respectively.
Both are yet to fully hit the ground running at Anfield, but Parejo may be a different story. The former Spain U21 international has quality, which you can check out on YouTube by clicking HERE!
The midfielder is yet to win a senior cap for Spain, but has won the European Championships at U-19 and U-21 level with La Roja's junior sides.
Even Real Madrid Legend Afredo Di Stefano has spoken highly of the 24-year-old in the past, but with a contract until 2016 it might not be easy to prise one of Valencia's key assets away.
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