Feghouli has started 28 games for the Spanish outfit this season and has netted 6 goals, in addition to his 5 assists.
The report states that Liverpool have sent their scouts to Valencia to watch the 23 year old and Liverpool will be hoping a £9 million offer will be a sufficient approach for a club which needs all the money it can get.
However, it is thought Valencia will consider nothing less than a £13 million offer but Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is confident that he will not have to shell out this amount for the player.
Feghouli’s contract with Valencia runs until 2016 after he signed a contract extension at the end of last year and has stated his desire to continue playing in the Spanish league; but Valencia’s financial instability along with a poor league form could spell the end for Feghouli’s time at the club.
Liverpool were reportedly interested in acquiring the midfielder’s services last winter, and if they were to revive their interest in the player they will have competition from big spending Paris Saint Germain, and the French club will have no problem opening up their wallet and splashing the cash to at least stem Valencia’s financial woes and bring Feghouli to France.
However, if Rodgers were to convince Fedhouli to come to Anfield he would have a man who, despite his young age, is a promising talent and has already had sufficient experience in Europe.