Anfield side prepare to make January additions to help in push for Champions League qualification.
Liverpool are thought to be interested in signing Valencia striker Roberto Soldado as they look to bring in one more striker to their ranks.
The Spanish forward has been in sensational form this term for Valencia scoring 13 goals in 18 appearances and scored a hat-trick against Genk last week which has caught Liverpool’s eye who are interested in adding a striker due to Andy Carroll’s stuttering start at Anfield and its thought that Soldado is keen on a move to the Merseyside club.
Liverpool’s owners are very keen to secure a much coveted top four finish this season and Kenny Dalglish’s interest in beefing up his attacking options will be funded by the board and a move to capture Soldado makes a great deal of sense.
Luis Suarez has been in consistent form but the club’s other striking options have failed to make an impact. £35m England man Andy Carroll’s form has been patchy at best and the former Newcastle United man has therefore spent a great deal of time on the bench.
Dirk Kuyt and Craig Bellamy, both 30 years plus, are now considered primarily as wide players and as a result there is not that much in the way of firepower at the Merseyside club and a move to bring in form Spanish international Soldado to Anfield makes a great deal of sense and the former Real Madrid man may well feel that a high profile move would further his international prospects.