Anfield side want free agent keeper Victor Valdes.
Liverpool are reportedly keeping tabs on free agent keeper Victor Valdes according to the Daily Mirror.
The former Barcelona star is out of contract and recovering from a long term ankle injury but is said to be a player Brendan Rodgers is keen on bringing in after a less than glorious start to the season from number one Anfield custodian Simon Mignolet.
Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 Premier League fixtures and 26 year old Belgian Mignolet may well need more competition for his spot and Valdes would certainly provide just that.
The 32 year old is a hugely experienced campaigner and a player who has won it all, from six La Liga titles, three Champions League winners medals with Barcelona and a World Cup triumph with Spain in 2010, and may be tempted by a fresh challenge in the Premier League.
Valdes would offer Rodgers a top level back-up for Mignolet, arguably far superior to current number two Brad Jones, and could well unseat the former Sunderland man if he was to return to the form that made him one of the most respected keepers a few years back.