TuttermercatoWeb is reporting that Liverpool have made an enquiry for Swansea City midfielder Nathan Dyer and could be prepared to launch a shock bid.
The pacy winger has carried on his excellent form from Swansea’s promotion-winning season in the Championship last year, into the Premier League this season and it seems he has caught they eye of Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish.
It is no secret that the right hand side of Liverpool’s midfield has been a problem for them for several years. Dirk Kuyt, naturally a striker, has been the man who has filled that role for several years at the club, but as the Dutchman is getting older, he is likely to want to revert back to his normal role up front and Liverpool will want fresh legs occupying that position.
This is where Dyer is probably expected to fit in. After signing Stewart Downing to play on the left wing, Liverpool expected fellow new recruit Jordan Henderson to slot into the right wing, but the former Sunderland midfielder has been unconvincing in that position as he prefers to play in the middle of the park.
So reportedly, Kenny Dalglish is looking to complete the balance of the Liverpool side by signing a natural right winger to complement what is already in the current squad. It is believed that the 23 year-old winger impressed Dalglish when Swansea visited Anfield a few weeks ago and got a 0-0 draw.
But Liverpool are not the only team interested in signing Dyer it seems, with both Everton and Newcastle keeping an on the Swansea man.