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Liverpool's former youngster Thomas Ince is reportedly being targeted by the club, just a year after the player was sold to Blackpool, according to The Daily Mirror.
The 20 year old, who is the son of former Liverpool and England star Paul Ince, has attracted many suitors after putting in some brilliant performances for both club and country, and even top clubs like Manchester United are now chasing the youngster.
Ince left Liverpool for a negligible fee and joined Blackpool last August to get more first team chances, and he has truly made a mark, excelling for both the club, and for the England Under-21 side.
Clubs could have to cough up to 5 million pounds for the starlet, but Liverpool are certainly keen to buy back the youngster, especially because they are entitled to 35 percent of any future transfer fee, which means Ince could join Anfield for a considerbale bargain.
Rodgers is pretty keen on bringing back the young Englishman to Merseyside, and he could certainly prove to be quite a player for the Reds over the years to come.
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