Liverpool may have been handed a major boost in their pursuit of Benfica winger Eduardo Salvio as his release clause could be slashed, according to O Jogo.
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The Portuguese news source claims Salvio could sign a new contract with his current club, but that that could still lead to a likely move to Anfield in the summer for a reduced price.
The Argentine has previously been valued at around £43m, which would probably prove too steap for the Reds to consider paying for him, despite their interest.
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