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Liverpool face a fight to land former star Tom Ince as claims suggest Blackpool have recorded interest from seven Premier League clubs.
The Reds allowed Ince to leave Anfield for next to nothing 18 months ago but they have come to regret that decision, made during Kenny Dalglish's reign at the club, and are now actively trying to lure him back to Liverpool.
It is reported that Brendan Rodgers has agreed a fee of somewhere between £4m and £6m for the England Under-21-star with a wage packet of £25,000 a week.
The deal is not cut and dried though as Blackpool are now aware of intense interest elsewhere and Spurs, Newcastle and Manchester United are said to be three of seven Premier League clubs interested in his services, so Rodgers will have to move quickly to land his target.