West Ham are considering making a bid for Lucas

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Lucas Leiva could be heading for West Ham as he was left out of the squad to face Stoke City on Sunday, the 28-year-old is considering his options after a breakdown with his manager Brendan Rodgers.

The Reds are expected to listen to offers for the Brazilian midfielder before the transfer window closes, Lucas has been linked with a move to West Ham as the Hammers are keen to bolster their options in the midfield position.

West Ham seek an alternative to Alex Song as the Cameroonian Barcelona player is injured and not expected to be back until November. However, they could submit a bid for the long-serving Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva.


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Roberto Mancini has been a long time rumoured admirer of Lucas at Inter and he tried to sign Lucas last January, but Liverpool could not afford to let him go.

The Reds are prepared to listen to offers of around £8 million and they are yet to receive any bids for the 28-year-old.

Liverpool could allow the Brazilian to leave on loan with a view to a permanent deal and on of the reason behind that is James Milner, who began his Anfield career with victory.

Lucas Leiva has joined the Reds in the summer of 2007 from the Brazilian side Grêmio and still has two years to run on his current contract at Anfield. He became the first Brazilian to score for Liverpool when he scored against Havant and Waterlooville in the FA cup and has made almost 250 appearances at Anfield.

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