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Brendan Rodgers says he will continue to spend big to improve his Liverpool squad with QPR striker Loic Remy emerging as a target.
The Reds boss has plenty of money to spend following the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona and the Northern Irishman says he plans to invest it wisely to strengthen what had been a relatively small squad.
He has already brought in Emre Can, Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana and Lazar Markovic for a combined total of around £67million, but has not stopped yet and has several prime targets as preparations for the new campaign continue.
Replacing Suarez is a priority, with Swansea striker Wilfried Bony under consideration and now QPR frontman Remy emerging as a possible signing.
The France international, who was on loan at Newcastle last season, is expected to leave Rangers this summer and has been heavily linked with Arsenal.
However, Rodgers is interested in the 27-year-old, who has an £8million release clause in his contract, and is weighing up an offer.
Remy scored an impressive 14 Premier League goals for Newcastle last season and is known to want to make a move to a Champions League club.
Meanwhile, Liverpool remain interested in several other players as Rodgers attempts to add depth to his squad.
Southampton centre-back Dejan Lovren has been the subject of one £20million offer but so far Saints have turned down all approaches for the Croatia international.
Swansea left-back Ben Davies is another on Rodgers' list, with Spurs also keen, while an £11million fee has been agreed for Lille striker Divock Origi, although he would be loaned back to the French club next season if he agrees to join.