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Liverpool are considering a £10 million bid for Swansea City's Ben Davies.
Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, is focusing on strengthening his squad and is expected to complete the signing of Serbian international Lazar Markovic on Thursday.
The Benfica winger flew to England on Wednesday night and will undergo a medical at Melwood before completing the formalities of the deal.
Markovic has a buy-out clause in his contract and he will join Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Emre Can as the latest new arrival on Merseyside.
Swansea left-back Davies has now emerged as a realistic target after Liverpool made an inquiry to the Welsh club on Wednesday.
Davies is also wanted by Tottenham Hotspur, but Rodgers is weighing up a raid on his old club to solve what has proved a problematic position.
Both Liverpool and Spurs are prepared to meet the £10 million valuation for the Wales international, who is in Chicago with the Swansea squad.
Liverpool are also confident of signing Divock Origi, the Belgium international, after holding initial talks on Wednesday.
The 19-year-old will cost around £10 million from Lille but the Ligue 1 club have insisted he goes back on loan next season as part of the deal.
Spurs are believed to have made a late bid to sign the forward, but Liverpool do not envisage any problems in completing the deal.
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