Serb forward may be en route to Anfield this summer.
Liverpool have been alerted by the news that Roma forward, and long time target, Adem Ljajic has revealed that he may be ready to leave the Italian giants at the end of the season as he finds regular game time difficult to come by, according to Football Direct News.
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Ljajic made a high profile move from Fiorentina to Serie A rivals Roma last summer, but he has started just 13 of the club’s games this season, prompting the 22-year-old to reconsider his future at the end of the campaign.
The Serbian had agreed to join Manchester United in 2009, only for Sir Alex Ferguson to pull the plug on a move, leaving Ljajic to remain at Partizan Belgrade, where he eventually left a year later for Fiorentina.
Ljajic has found the net on six occasions this season, though, with the latest coming in a 3-1 victory over Atalanta this weekend. He has now admitted that he has to make some major decisions this summer.
“I hadn’t been playing much recently, but football is like that, the coach decides who plays. I gave my all and I think it went well,” Ljajic told Sky Sport Italia.
“I came here to play, there are five games left, then when the moment arrives to talk we will sit around a table and see what the best course of action is.”
Liverpool have been credited with a long standing interest in his services, while AC Milan are also said to be keen to bring him on board.
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