Roma midfielder and Liverpool target Adem Ljajic has hinted he may have to consider a move away from the club this summer.
The Reds are on the lookout for improvements on the flanks after losing Stewart Downing and Oussama Assaidi last summer, and with loan signing Victor Moses not currently impressing enough to earn himself a permanent move to Anfield from Chelsea.
Ljajic can operate in a number of attacking midfield roles, and could be an excellent purchase by Brendan Rodgers, who has got more right than wrong in the transfer market so far in his Liverpool career.
The Serbian international was rated as one of the most promising young players in Serie A last season after his fine displays for Fiorentina, and was linked with a whole host of top clubs before eventually signing for Roma.
However, he has not found his best form in the Italian capital and may now be set to leave as manager Rudi Garcia plans to reshuffle his squad, though a club insider believes Liverpool are keen to benefit from their decision.
As quoted on the Sky Sports website, he said: “I haven’t been playing much recently, but football is like that, the coach decides who plays.
“I gave my all and I think it went well. I came here to play, there are five games left, then when the moment arrives to talk, we will sit around a table and see what the best course of action is.”