Yesterday it was learnt Blackpool had given several Premier League clubs permission to speak to star player Tom Ince.
As Swansea are holding talks with Ince today, they were thought to be ahead of the queue followed by Crystal Palace (with who he has talks with tomorrow), Hull, Stoke and Sunderland.
However, Liverpool have now joined the party of interested clubs after their pursuit for Mohamed Salah went in vain and given their reputation and financial advantage over the aforementioned clubs, as long as they can guarantee Ince first team football then the deal is a foregone conclusion.
Given that Liverpool only have Victor Moses (who is out of form and only a loanee) and Raheem Sterling as outright wingers, first team chances should not be a problem for Ince at Liverpool.
Last season Ince was the subject of interest for Liverpool but Blackpool's valuation of the winger put Liverpool off and they focused their attentions on Philippe Coutinho instead.
This season, with Blackpool fading away horribly in the race for promotion; Tom Ince's father, Paul Ince being sacked and Tom Ince being in the final year of his contract, there is very little holding Tom Ince back from a move away from Blackpool.
If Ince was to move back to Liverpool, he would be going back to his former club.