Former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur target Yann M'Vila is looking for a move to the Premier League again, with Liverpool reportedly interested in taking him up on his offer.
The France international almost moved to England to join Queens Park Rangers or Fulham last January until the Russian outfit swooped in with an offer of £9.6m to seal a move for the former Marseille midfielder.
But despite signing a four year contract with the Russian Premier League side less than a year ago, the 23-year-old is desperate to seal a move to a Premier League side, according to his agent.
"I think many players dream of playing in the Premier Legaue – Yann is no different," M'Vila's agent Werner Baader was quoted as saying by Metro.
"I will not deny there is interest from many European clubs, including English teams. We will see what happens."
M'Vila, who is still serving a two year ban from international duty after organising an unauthorised night out with his France-under 21 teammates in 2012, fuelled speculation of a move to Anfield in late 2013 when he was photographed sitting amongst Liverpool fans in last November's pulsating 3-3 draw with Everton at Goodison Park.
But rather more innocently, the powerful midfielder revealed he had been invited by compatriot Mamadou Sakho, with whom he has played alongside at international level for many years.
However, M'Vila's desire to play in the Premier League is likely to reignite interest in his services. The 23-year-old's dream move nearly came to fruition when Harry Redknapp's QPR side reportedly agreed a £15m deal with Marseille for both him and Loic Remy at the start of 2013.
David Moyes' Everton side were also keen to bring the Frenchman to the Premier League. The Toffees were prepared to pay £6.2m rising to £6.6m split into two instalments, but were eventually trumped by the Russian club.