Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is lining up a swoop for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan as he looks to improve his side’s fortunes in the second half of the campaign.
The Belgian international only moved to the capital city club this summer from Cagliari, and the minnows still own 50% of the 26 year old star.
Rodgers reportedly sees Nainggolan as the perfect player to improve his midfield, which has chopped and changed throughout the new season thus far.
Leeds owner Massimo Cellino’s former side Cagliari have valued Nainggolan’s 50% share at around €15 million (£11.7m), according to Football Italia.
This means that an agreement could be reached for the rest of the player with Roma at the same sort of price.
Overall, this means that the Anfield club would probably pay around £22 million to capture the talented midfielder.
Rodgers is also thought to be keen on bringing another striker to the club, with a goalkeeper another priority.