​Liverpool are targeting a move for Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Robert Green, despite renewing Simon Mignolet's contract on Monday, according to ​the Star.


Green is set to become a free agent this summer, but will trigger a new deal if he plays another five matches for the Championship side.


As such, the 36-year-old has been left out of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's team for the past three fixtures, with the R's seemingly keen to usher him out of Loftus Road.

While Mignolet may have the backing of manager Jurgen Klopp, the Belgian's understudy Adam Bodgan certainly doesn't appear to.


The Hungarian was directly responsible for another opposition goal during his last outing against Exeter City, prompting Klopp to recall Wales Under-21 international Danny Ward from a productive spell at Aberdeen.


Ward has backed up Mignolet from the bench in Liverpool's past two matches, but is yet to feature for the Reds at senior level.


Green, on the other hand, boasts significant experience, having racked up almost 300 Premier League appearances and played for England at the 2010 World Cup.

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The former Norwich goalkeeper also turned out for West Ham United prior to his 2012 move to QPR, with whom he has been relegated twice from England's top flight.


Green, who is said to be wanted by Bournemouth and Crystal Palace this month, has played 25 times for the R's this season and kept nine clean sheets.


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