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David Silva is Liverpool FC transfer target
RAFA BENITEZ is weighing up a summer swoop for Spanish star David Silva.
The Reds boss has identified the Valencia man as one of his top transfer targets – but will only do business if the price is right.
Valencia have hit massive financial difficulties in recent months and are set to sell crown jewels Silva, David Villa and Raul Albiol in an effort to bring their debt of 450m euros under control.
It is Silva who has caught Benitez’s eye though, with the Liverpool manager on the lookout for a versatile attacking player who can figure in a number of positions behind Fernando Torres as he looks to add strength in depth to his squad.
The 23-year-old certainly fits that bill and Liverpool have already made tentative enquiries about his availability.
They will only follow up their initial interest if Valencia are realistic about their valuation of a player who has won 21 caps for Spain.
Reports in Spain suggest the La Liga outfit are holding out for a fee in the region of £25m for Silva and with Barcelona and Juventus also both believed to be interested in snapping him up the battle for his services could be hard fought.
Liverpool are unlikely to be willing to pay that kind of asking price but Benitez will move fast it a compromise deal can be struck.
Reds chief scout Eduardo Macia – who took Silva to Valencia when the attacking midfielder was a teenager – was recently dispatched to Spain to check on Silva’s availability and was not discouraged by what he learned.
We are good enough to play for Liverpool - Vicente
Every Valencia player is good enough to play for Liverpool, according to their midfielder Vicente.
The 27-year-old has reacted to the rumours linking David Silva with a summer transfer to Anfield, with the flying winger believed to be on The Reds’ radar.
Vicente is not jealous of his partner, but the Spaniard has declared that Los Che are all competitive players that could make the grade in The Premier League if they were given the chance.
Valencia have been the victims of the economic crisis and the Primera Liga side may be forced into selling high-profile players during the next transfer window.
“Silva is an important player, anyway every Valencia player is good enough to play his football there [in Liverpool],” Vicente said.
“They are a good team, but we are as well.
“What we [Valencia’s players] should do is play and remain focused on the present time.”
The attacker is determined win his place back in the Spain side, and he said: “Every footballer has the ambition of being back with the national team.
“As far as I am concerned, I would be delighted but I understand that there is huge competition.”