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Liverpool have opened talks with Barcelona full-back Martin Montoya in the hope of securing a transfer in January.
The Spain U21 international can play at left-back or right-back and is out of contract at the end of the season.
He could leave the Nou Camp on a free transfer in the summer, but Liverpool are keen on a new-year deal.
Montoya, 22, is behind Dani Alves in the pecking order at the Spanish champions and Liverpool are one of several clubs tracking him.
Ian Ayre, the Liverpool managing director, travelled to Barcelona this week in an effort to secure an earlier move.
Montoya is a product of the Barcelona youth system and has played for Spain from U17 to U21 level as well as their Olympic team, and has also been in the senior squad but has yet to win a senior cap.
Source: Daily Telegraph
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