Bloomfield Road attacker looking to make Anfield return.
Blackpool attacker Tom Ince is reportedly keen on securing a move back to Liverpool having left Anfield in August 2011.
Sports Direct News claim that the England Under 21 international is open to a move back to Merseyside having forged a career at Bloomfield Road having failed to make an impact in his first spell at Liverpool.
Last season Ince netted 18 goals for the Tangerines and finished as the Championship’s leading assist maker to boot and the young forward, who plays predominantly out on the wing, has continued that fine form into 2013/14 scoring six goals in 11 starts for a Blackpool side who currently sit in fourth spot in the table.
A move to re-sign Ince would certainly adhere to Brendan Rodgers’s youthful transfer policy and would presumably not be a move that would cost Liverpool a vast sum though one would imagine that the youngster would hope for some assurances that he would stand a good chance of a decent run in the first team set-up before considering a second spell at the Premier League side.