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Cardiff defender Steven Caulker holding out for a move to Liverpool

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Cardiff City defender Steven Caulker has held talks with Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace, but he is still considering his options and is holding out for a move to Liverpool, according to the Daily Mirror

The Bluebirds skipper was given permission to speak to QPR and Palace after they both met the £8 million release cause in Caulker’s contract.

Steven Caulker has held talks with Crystal Palace and QPR

Steven Caulker has held talks with Crystal Palace and QPR

The centre-half held talks with both Premier League clubs but the former Tottenham Hotspur player is waiting to see if Liverpool make a move for him.

Caulker played under Brendan Rodgers during a loan spell at Swansea City back in the 2011/12 season.

But Liverpool want Southampton defender Dejan Lovren and should Lovren move to Anfield, the Saints are prepared to make a move for Caulker.

The 22-year-old, who has one England cap, made 39 appearances for Cardiff last season, scoring five goals after joining for £8m from Tottenham last summer.


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