La Liga club Sevilla are open for discussions involving defender Alberto Moreno, according to the latter's agent.
The 21-year-old made his seniors debut for Spain in October 2013 after performing fantastically for the under-21s, while owning the left-back position with 30 starts in 33 appearances in all competitions, accompanied by 3 goals, for the La Liga club.
Napoli and Real Madrid have been reported to be admirers of Moreno, but the Reds are determined to bring in the youth sensation, who is versatile enough to operate as a midfielder or even a winger.
However, the Merseysiders will need to meet the youngster's release clause, which is suggested to be in the ballpark of £25million, or, at least, place a bid within the region of the said amount.
"Yes, Napoli presented an offer in January, but it was not seen as big enough. The interest of Real Madrid? Nothing has been done and my client is concentrating on Sevilla," Moreno's agent, Javier Moya, told AS.
"Sevilla are willing to negotiate, but on their conditions. I'm not saying he can only leave there for his £25m release clause fee."
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