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Liverpool are set to up their offer for Sevilla full-back Alberto Moreno to £20million in a bid to finally wrap up his signature.
The Reds have been given permission to talk to the Spain international after making a £17million bid a fortnight ago, but Sevilla have now rejected that offer and want more cash.
Brendan Rodgers is desperate to get Moreno on board as quickly as possible, and despite previously holding firm on his valuation, Marca now says he will up it.
Sevilla confirmed on Thursday they are still in regular contact with Liverpool, but would not let him leave until a 'fair fee' could be agreed.
Liverpool hope that adding £3million to their original offer will now be enough, with the £20million set to be paid mostly up front.
Moreno has told his friends and family he will be moving to Merseyside and Liverpool feel they have invested too much time in the deal for it now not to happen.
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