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Reds miss out on transfer target by lfctalk
December 23, 2008, 17:29
Filed under: News

Guillem Balague has written on his personal website that Liverpool have missed out on a transfer target and that players will need to leave Anfield before any can arrive:

“All I can say is that, as its stands at the moment, Liverpool will not be making any of those earth shattering big money signings that some people have been getting excited about.”

“The word is that before Liverpool start spending any serious money in January, players will have to be sold first. A couple of targets have been identified, but one of those is now going to sign for another club.”

“There may be one arrival, but it seems that at least one player – possibly Pennant – will have to move on first.”

“Of course, everyone has heard the rumours about Robbie Keane, and the story involving Steven Gerrard and Mark Lawrenson has been unavoidable. My take on this is that there is no operation underway to sell the former Spurs forward, but that if, for example, his old club were to come back in for him with a sizeable offer and a deal involving a player like Lennon – then of course Liverpool may give it some consideration.”

“That does not mean that is going to happen; simply that if the club were presented with an appealing offer that would benefit everyone concerned, then the manager may very well give it the green light. Nevertheless, if Keane stays at Liverpool, the consensus is that he will ultimately be a success and that his goals and abilities will play an important part en route to winning the League title.”

Source: http://www.guillembalague.com

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