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Liverpool are believed to have lodged a £10million bid for Fenerbache striker Moussa Sow.
Sow is the latest in a long line of forwards linked to the Reds, with manager Brendan Rodgers still said to be keen on adding another striker, despite splashing out £12m on Daniel Sturridge last week.
PSG star Kevin Gamiero is thought to be Rodgers' top target, but with the Ligue 1 club reluctant to sell, he has been forced to look elsewhere.
According to the Fanatik Gazetesi Turkish paper, Fenerbache hitman Sow is next on the list, and Liverpool have already slapped in a £10m bid.
It's not yet clear if that's enough to tempt Fener into selling, but given Sow has hardly set the world alight since his switch from Lille, they could opt to move the player on.
Sow, who still has three-and-a-half years left on his current deal, reportedly turned down a move to Arsenal before moving to the Premier League, and has always admitted he would like to play in England.