Anfield to make move for Liberty Stadium star.
Liverpool are on the verge of offering £2million for Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer as the Reds look to strengthen their attacking options.
The 23-year-old is in the final 12 months of his contract and the Swans do no want to lose him like fellow stars Dorus de Vries and Darren Pratley, who went left for free.
The Englisham was expected to sign a contract extension with the Premier League new boys but talks have stalled, according to Fanatix.
Liverpool want to take advantage of the stand-off and sign Dyer for a bargain basement price.
Following the big-money arrivals of Jordan Henderson, Charlie Adam and Stewart Downing, money is tight on Merseyside and Dyer represents value for money.
Reds boss Kenny Dalglish has been told he needs to sell before he can re-enter the transfer market but the ex-Southampton player’s low price tag could convince the Liverpool owners to open the chequebook once more.
The Scot always wanted to buy two wingers in this transfer window but Downing and Henderson’s combined £36million fee was higher than expected resulting in a change of plans.
The tricky winger terrorised defences in the Championship last term, and has attracted interest from the Anfield scouts.
Swansea will be reluctant to lose yet another integral member of their side before the start of the season but they run the risk of losing him for nothing next summer.