Anfield side chase former Celtic wide-man.
Liverpool offering wing target route out of Russia
It appears as if Aiden McGeady may be set for a return to more familiar surroundings after sources suggested that the winger could be ready to leave Spartak Moscow.
The news comes after the Russian outfit agreed a fee to sign Everton attacker, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, who is being tipped as a replacement for an immediate departure.
The former Celtic attacker has made 45 appearances for the Moscow side scoring five times and making 20 assists.
The Republic of Ireland international may be open to a move back to the UK top be closer to family and an offer of £10m may give him his homecoming.
Kenny Dalglish has been linked with interest in Aiden McGeady before, last January, and it appears that he is once again a Liverpool target, which is no surprise as currently the Anfield side is struggling for natural width.
McGeady has by no means been a flop in Russia, in fact he has become something of a cult hero at the Spartak Moscow but it seems that the former Celtic man is hoping to secure a move to the Premier League and the fact that Everton’s Diniyar Bilyaletdinov is set to move to the Luzhniki Stadium may well give the 25 the opportunity to make just such a move.
The Irish international is a quality wide-man with bags of pace and the tricks to beat his man, a player who could help provide ammunition for Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez. The Glasgow born winger can play on either wing and Liverpool could well do with a player of his type to help boost their firepower.
Stewart Downing started well after his move from Aston Villa but has seen his form dip in recent months and on the right both Jordan Henderson and Dirk Kuyt have struggled to make the position there own.
This could well be £10m well invested.