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Liverpool Look to Strengthen Attack With Move for Ligue 1 Strike Pair

Anfield side set sights on pair of strikers.

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Liverpool are reportedly monitoring a pair of Ligue 1 strikers as Brendan Rodgers sets about strengthening his Anfield attack.

Italian source CalcioMercato claim that the Merseyside club have earmarked a move for PSG striker Kevin Gameiro, who’s first team chances at the Parc des Princes side have drastically reduced since the arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

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The French international finished last term with 14 goals in all competitions but has been handed just four Ligue 1 starts this term though has still managed to net five goals.

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The 25 year old former Lorient man may be keen to re-ignite his club career and could be tempted by a move to Liverpool which in turn could help his chances of regaining a foothold in the French national team set-up ahead of the 2014 World Cup finals.

This source claims that Liverpool are also keeping tabs on Saint-Etienne forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has been hugely impressive this season.

The Gabon international spent three years at AC Milan but failed to make an impact at the San Siro so moved to the French top tier and scored 18 goals last term.

This season Aubameyang has continued to attract attention and only Ibrahimovic has scored more Ligue 1 goals this season. Many of Europe’s ‘Elite’ are said to be tracking the 23 year old forward.

Rodgers will be pleased with the partnership that Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have formed since the England man moved to the club in January but the fact that Fabio Borini has struggled with form and injuries could mean that the former Roma man could be sacrificed in favour of a new attacking option.


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