Fenerbahce striker Moussa Sow has revealed that he would be open to a summer move to Liverpool.
The Reds were rumoured to have made an approach to bring the 27-year-old to the Premier League in January, but saw their interest rebuffed by the Turkish giants.
But, with Luis Suarez’s future far form certain and a lack of attacking options currently in his squad, manager Brendan Rodgers has been linked with another offer for the Senegalese hit-man at the end of the season.
Sow says that he would be more than happy to switch to Anfield, but went on to state that Fenerbahce will have the final say in any transfer:
“There is a lot of talk. Everyone knows I want to play in the Premier League one day,” he is quoted by talkSPORT via French newspaper Liberation.
“If Liverpool made a formal offer and if my club accepted I would be happy to play in England.”
Sow was the subject of admiring glances from Liverpool back in January 2012, but elected to join Fener in an £8.5m deal from Lille instead, after a prolific start to the season.
He has continued his razor-sharp form in Turkey, netting an impressive 17 goals so far this term.
However, his employers could be tempted to cash in this summer with the Merseysiders believes to be ready to make an attractive offer.
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