Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino worked with Ajax star Dusan Tadic at Southampton.
Southampton let Dusan Tadic leave for Ajax last summer.
The Saints ex-ace was offloaded to Ajax last summer, and now he's in the last four of the Champions League.
Tadic left Southampton for Ajax in 2018 and put in a masterclass to destroy Los Blancos in their last-16 second leg.
The Ajax ace would be a fantastic addition for Liverpool.
The 30-year-old, who left the Saints for Ajax last summer, feels things at the Premier League club have been on a downward trajectory.
Premier League strugglers Southampton sold Dusan Tadic to Eredivisie challengers Ajax for £9m and he shone agaisnt Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Dusan Tadic has been in extraordinary form in the Eredivisie with Ajax - why did Premier League strugglers Southampton ever let him go?
Dusan Tadic was sold after four years at Southampton, moving back to the Eredivisie with Ajax.
Dusan Tadic has helped Ajax closer to the Champions League group stages.
Former Barcelona wonder-kid Kubo has talked up Liverpool's style.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is yet to guide his side to silverware since taking charge.
Rangers loanee Steven Davis congratulates Southampton.
Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa may have to pick Kemar Roofe to lead the line in the play offs.
Former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers eventually left Parkhead to join Leicester City.
Aston Villa defender was impressed by the travelling claret and blues following on Sunday.
Stoke City’s Charlie Adam comments on the incidents during the Aston Villa game at the weekend.
Ex-Celtic defender Johan Mjallby has commented on a possible return to the club.
Ligue 1 flyers Lille could lose Nicolas Pepe this summer with Premier League giants Liverpool and Manchester United both linked.
Aston Villa drew with Leeds United at the weekend.
West Ham have been made favourites to sign Southampton's Dusan Tadic.
Arsenal are reportedly preparing a bid for Southampton's Dusan Tadic; but is he really the type of player they should be targeting?
What would a combined XI consisting of the current Southampton side and the one that Gordon Strachan guided to eighth in 2003 look like?