​Liverpool could be set to renew their interest in Leeds United left back Charlie Taylor, according to reports in the ​Independent


The defender lined up against the Reds on Tuesday evening, when his Leeds side were knocked out of the EFL cup after losing 2-0 in the quarter-finals. 

Taylor has been the topic of conversation at Anfield before, most noticeably in the summer, where it was expected the 23-year-old would join Jurgen Klopp's team. 


Whilst it was understood that Taylor was keen on a potential move away from Elland Road, Leeds were able to ward of interest from a host of clubs and retain the left back's services for the current season. 

However, following an impressive display against Liverpool on Tuesday, Taylor has once again been linked with a move to Anfield as Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, continues to search for a first choice left back. 


Regular full-back Alberto Moreno did feature in the win over Leeds, but has struggled to keep his place in the side, due to concerns over his defensive positioning. 

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James Milner has been filling in as a makeshift left back for much of the Red's Premier League campaign and although he has proven worthy of the position, his manager is keen to find a natural defender to take the role on a permanent basis. 


Taylor will become a free agent in June 2017, after he refused to agree to an extension with Leeds last summer. 


With only seven months left on his deal, Liverpool are unlikely to make a move for the 23-year-old until next summer, where they would be able to sign the player on a free.