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Benfica boss Jorge Jesus has admitted Liverpool's interest in £25million-rated striker Rodrigo Moreno.
Scouts from Manchester United, Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion were among the Premier League representatives at Tottenham's 2-2 draw at the Estadio da Luz on Thursday night, but Rodrigo, 23, was only on the bench.
Asked specifically about Liverpool's interest in the striker, who has scored 10 goals in his last 16 appearances for Benfica, Jesus said: 'It's normal. Every Benfica player is in a big window.
'The league is full of high quality players so it's normal for other clubs to be interested.
'Rodrigo is going through a good moment.'
Rodrigo had an uneventful loan spell in England as a 17-year-old at Bolton, scoring just once in 17 appearances, but that has not put off the Premier League clubs.
And their interest has forced Rodrigo into talks with his club at the end of the season, his father and agent has revealed, although the youngster is solely concentrating on league and European glory with Benfica at present.
'I expect to meet the club at the end of the season,' Adalberto Machado told TMW.
'We want the best for the player and for the club, but at the moment Rodrigo is only concentrating on Benfica and winning titles at the end of the season.'
Rodrigo has already proved his ability to score against English opposition having scored in Benfica's convincing 3-1 win over Tottenham in the Europa League.