Valencia are weighing up a summer move for Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto who has struggled to break into the first team at Anfield. The young Spaniard joined for a fee of 7million from Sevilla last summer but has only managed nine Premier League appearances and has not played a full 90 minutes. Valencia have been monitoring Alberto’s situation and are keen on adding him to their squad in the next transfer window. Los Che are suffering economic problems and would be happy with a year-long loan deal which could suit both parties. The 21-year-old is still believed to be highly-regarded by manager Brendan Rodgers but a loan move at a top-flight club may be better for Alberto’s development than another season on the bench at Liverpool. Alberto was highly impressive in his loan spell at Barcelona B in the Spanish Second Division where he scored 11 goals and set up 18. Watch Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Champions League Tuesday night. 24 hour Sky Sport Day pass for only 9.99. No contract.