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Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy has emerged as a Liverpool transfer target as manager Brendan Rodgers plans to continue strengthening his squad before a Champions League push.
Remy, 27, scored 14 goals as he spent last season on loan at Newcastle United and Rodgers is weighing up an offer of around £8 million for the France international after backing away from a move for Swansea forward Wilfried Bony, sources have told ESPN.
Liverpool's manager is continuing to chase several other transfer targets too, with Lille's Belgian striker Divock Origi, Southampton centre-half Dejan Lovren and Swansea left-back Ben Davies also on his wanted list.
Rodgers is looking to Davies to challenge Jose Enrique for the left-back spot as hopes fade of agreeing a fee with Sevilla for his first-choice target Alberto Moreno.