Eastlands pair could be on their way to Anfield.
Liverpool are lining up an audacious £27million bid for Manchester City duo Wayne Bridge and James Milner.
The Reds will move for the stars after learning they both could be made available as they are unhappy about the amount of first-team football they could play at Eastlands next season.
Milner, 25, only joined City 12 months ago from Aston Villa for £26million but has failed to establish himself in the starting XI.
It is rumoured Blues boss Roberto Mancini will accept a small loss on the player at £20million as it will allow him to move for other targets such as Udinese’s Alexis Sanchez, Napoli’s Ezequiel Lavezzi or Neymar from Santos.
Milner was allegedly a target for his former club Villa but now Anfield boss Kenny Dalglish is contemplating a move.
The Scot is also chasing a left-back and looks likely to miss out on number one target Gael Clichy from Arsenal.
The 25-year-old Frenchman will either sign a new deal to stay at the Emirates or will be sold to Italian giants Roma.
Dalglish has then turned his attention to Bridge, 30, to help solve his problem position.
The ex-England international was sent on-loan in January to West Ham and Mancini is happy to off-load Bridge to free up extra wages for other stars.
A £7million bid is likely to be enough to capture Bridge’s signature.