Anfield side keen on Olympiakos attacker.
LIVERPOOL boss Brendan Rodgers is eyeing Olympiacos ace Kevin Mirallas, according to reports.
The 24-year-old is thought to be keen on a move to the Premier League, with Anfield his preferred destination.
Rodgers has targeted the Belgian international, who can play either out wide or up front, as he looks to strengthen his forward line.
SOURCE: Daily Star
Liverpool are keen to become the latest Premier League club with a Belgian on their books, they appear to be all the rage and Kevin Mirallas is certainly a player ‘on the up’ and a player that Brendan Rodgers may feel could add an adaptable angle to the Anfield side’s attack.
Having spent time at Lille and Saint-Etienne the Liege born attacker moved to Olympiakos in 2010 and has gone on win back to back domestic titles and finished last term as the top scorer in the Greek Super League.
Rodgers could well do with adding alternative attacking options to his squad, and Mirallas, perhaps much like another Liverpool target, Clint Dempsey, can helpfully link midfield and attack and give the Merseyside side a more direct creative approach.
The likes of Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson have failed to make an impact in their debut seasons and Charlie Adam went off the boil after a decent start last term.
Mirallas is effective as a winger or more commonly used as a second striker.
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