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Liverpool have opened talks with Italian club Sampdoria over a deal to sign Argentina World Cup goalkeeper Sergio Romero.
The Reds are desperate to sign a quality glovesman this summer to offer competition for Simon Mignolet, and have turned to Romero after failing to sign David Marshall and Karl Darlow.
Reports in Italy, backed up by Sky Italia journalist Tancredi Palmeri, say Liverpool approached Sampdoria last night over a deal.
Romero had been told he can leave the club despite his impressive showing at the World Cup, where he helped Argentina reach the final.
The 27-year-old spent last season on-loan at Monaco but did not force his way into the team.
Sampdoria would likely prefer to sell the £2million rated goalie, but could loan him again if Liverpool would prefer.
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