Craig Bellamy could make a sensational return to Liverpool after Kenny Dalglish expressed an interest in signing him, the Daily Mail reports.
Dalglish is desperate to bolster his front line and has identified Bellamy as a potential signing.
Roberto Mancini has given the Manchester City striker the cold shoulder since returning from Cardiff, where he spent last season on loan labelling him as surplus to requirements.
The 32-year-old could now be in line for a move back to Anfield despite leaving over four years ago.
Bellamy spent the 2006/07 season at the club after being signed by former boss Rafa Benitez but failed to hold do a consistent first team slot.
His days were numbered after he attacked teammate John Arne Riise with a golf putter in the team hotel hours before a Champions League game with Barcelona.
That hasn’t deterred Dalglish though who see’s the Welshman as an experienced Premier League head.
Sunderland, Stoke, Bolton, Everton and Celtic, another former club, are also interested in taking the player off City’s hands.
Bellamy is on £95,000-a-week at the Etihad Stadium and Mancini wants him off the wage bill as soon as possible.
If an agreement between City and Liverpool can be reached then the striker could move back to Merseyside on a free transfer.