Fenerbahce striker Moussa Sow has revealed he would welcome a move to the Premier League with Liverpool this summer.
The Reds reportedly made a move for the Senegal international during the January transfer window but failed to agree terms with the Turkish outfit. Brendan Rodgers could make another approach for the 27-year-old at the end of the season, if he wishes to add more firepower.
Sow, a long-time admirer of Liverpool, has made no secret of his desire to test himself in the English top flight and has now stated he would be delighted to join the ranks at Anfield.
"There is a lot of talk. Everyone knows I want to play in the Premier League one day. If Liverpool made a formal offer and if my club accepted I would be happy to play in England," talkSPORT quoted the player as saying.
Sow, who joined Fenerbahce from Lille in an €10m (£8.5m) deal in early 2012, has scored 17 goals in all competitions for the Istanbul outfit this season. The forward also has eight senior international goals from 19 caps for Senegal.
Marsh: Break Might Work Well for Liverpool
Meanwhile, Liverpool coach Mike Marsh feels the recent international break could help the Reds regroup themselves. The Merseyside outfit entered the international fixtures on the back of a 1-3 defeat against Southampton at St Mary's. Rodgers and his men will now take on Aston Villa on Sunday.
"It was difficult to take the last game we played - I think we were beaten comprehensively. We didn't play very well on the day and we've had a long time to stew over it," the 43-year-old said.
"Fortunately enough for us, a lot of the players have been away and had a chance to recharge their batteries with the national team. Being in a different environment might have worked well for us," Marsh added.