Tottenham have joined the race to sign the highly-rated left-back but the Reds remain in pole position to clinch his signature.
Moreno has been courting much interest across Europe with the likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea believed to have also sat up and taken notice.
Although Sevilla will welcome a bidding war to drive the price up for Moreno, the exciting 21-year-old left back, who narrowly missed out on the final 23 man squad for Spain at the World Cup, will prefer Champions League football.
As it is Liverpool and not Tottenham can offer this and therefore remain the favourites to land Moreno.
Soldado's inclusion in the deal raises question marks over his future at White Hart Lane where a poor first season in England could see him now surplus to requirements by Pochettino.
Liverpool fans will be aghast at the news that Spurs have tried to muscle in yet again on one of their targets after the sagas involving Clint Dempsey, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Willian. Though on those occasions they did not have the lure of Champions League football.
Left-back has been a long-standing problem position for both Liverpool and Tottenham and it is unsurprising to find both teams coveting a player that could well solve this for years to come.