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Liverpool have moved to bring another forward to the club after it was reported they had bid £10million for Fenerbahce striker Moussa Sow.
The Metro believes that Liverpool have already submitted an offer in an attempt to lure Sow to the Premier League just 18 months after he reportedly turned down a move to Arsenal.
Sow first came to the attention of a number of Premier League clubs during his time at Lille where he finished the season as the top scorer with 25 goals to help the club win the Ligue 1 title in 2011.
The 26-year-old was linked with numerous clubs in the summer of 2011 but decided to remain with Lille. However, it did nto take long for him to decide to quit the club and by January he had sealed a move to Fenerbahce where he immediately impressed by scoing seven goals in 12 league games.
This season he has 10 goals in all competitions and has been instrumental in the Europa League as his three goals helped the club qualify for the knockout stages of the tournament.
That would mean that if he was sold to Liverpool then he would be cup-tied from European competition but manager Brendan Rodgers will be keen to see an upturn in their league form which was decidedly inconsistent in the first half of the season.
Liverpool have already signed one forward in Daniel Sturridge, while Fabio Borini is returning from injury, but it seems as though they are still looking for more options and Sow could be that man.
It is unknown whether Fenerbahce would be interested in selling the striker for £10million but Turkish paper Fanatik Gazetesi believes that they will give it come consideration.
Sow is a Senegal international but will not be appearing at the Africa Cup of Nations as the North African country were disqualified after crowd trouble led to their game against the Ivory Coast being abandoned.