Liverpool is reported to be monitoring a swoop for Swansea’s Andre Ayew and West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini.
The club’s target Andre Ayew has hinted that he could be open to a move to a bigger club in the future and the Swan star who has previously been reported as a top target for new manager Jurgen Klopp, who tried to sign him twice when he was in charge at Borussia Dortmund, according to ESPN FC's Pete O'Rourke could be inching closer to a dream move.
In what could be a potential boost for Liverpool, the BBC African Footballer of The Year nominee, Ayew told David Wright of RMC that he could be open to a move away from the Liberty Stadium.
Andre Ayew who only joined the Swans in the summer, on a free transfer from Ligue 1 side, Marseille has been impressive early in his Premier League career, netting six goals in 13 Premier League appearances.
Bleacher Report has also linked Liverpool with West Ham United attacker Manuel Lanzini as Klopp is eager to add further strength to his front line, but the Argentinian is not keen at leaving the Upton Park.
When the move is firmed, Ayew, 25, would be a brilliant alternative signing as he can play across the front three and would provide competition and cover for the likes Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Danny Ings.
The son of Ghana’s legend, Abedi Ayew Pele has the necessary guts and creativity to fit well into Klopp's side and could be closer to a move away from Swansea if they fail to get out of their current fall; they have won just once in their last nine Premier League matches.
CREDIT: Bleacher report