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Liverpool are looking to continue rebuilding their squad in the summer transfer window as the Reds eye up a move for Michel Vorm.
The Swansea goalkeeper's future has become uncertain in Wales, with chairman Huw Jenkins confirming that the Holland stopper has been subject of inquiries from other clubs.
Garry Monk has already signed one keeper in the shape of Lukasz Fabianksi on a free transfer from Arsenal, and with Gerhard Tremmel also at the Libert Syatdium there appears to be little room for three keepers.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers signed Vorm for Swansea from FC Utrecht in 2011 after the Jacks gained Premier League promotion and the 30-year-old has since established himself as one of the top flight's best keepers.
With Pepe Reina set for an Afield exit, Vorm has emerged as a target to act comptition for first choice keeper Simon Mignolet.
Vorm made one substitute appearance for Holland at the World Cup as Liverpool aim to add to fellow summer additions Lazar Markovic, Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Emre Can.