Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson has confirmed he has spoken to former club Fulham regarding a possible move for Paul Konchesky.
Skysports.com revealed earlier on Wednesday that Liverpool had lined up a deal for Konchesky as Hodgson seeks to bring in a new left-back.
Konchesky joined Fulham three years ago from West Ham United and was a regular during Hodgson's time at Craven Cottage.
A reunion with his old boss could now be on the cards after Hodgson acknowledged he has discussed a potential swoop for the 29-year-old.
However, the recently-appointed Reds boss is unsure whether the twice-capped England international will pitch up at Anfield.
"We had discussions with Fulham about whether they were prepared to sell any of their players and I would be lying if I said Paul was not a name we considered," said Hodgson on his arrival in Trabzon for their Europa League play-off second leg tie.
"Whether or not there is a chance of business is still very much up in the air."