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Balague hopes Liverpool find Silva lining by lfctalk
May 20, 2009, 17:42
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Guillem Balague has spoken highly of Valencia youngster Juan Manuel Mata while indicating that English clubs are sniffing round the Spaniard and has also spoken of his “high hopes” that David Silva will join Liverpool.

The 21 year old has been in sparkling form this season and has scored eleven goals for Valencia, which has earned him a call up to the Spanish national squad.

The Spanish correspondent has indicated that the English ‘big four’ have been taking a close look at the player, with each likely to be looking for an attacker this Summer.

“Mata may not have got much press in England but he has got plenty in Spain. He’s been in fantastic form. The good thing about Mata from the club’s point of view is that he is one of the lowest earners,” he told Skysports.com.

“He has been followed by numerous English clubs – I know that for a fact – while Villa has attracted interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.”

“As for Silva, I’ve still got high hopes that he will go to Liverpool, but the bottom line is that he will go to the first club that comes in for him with the right amount of money.” he concluded.

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looks good that he may be coming to use, although the fact that he said the right amount of money seems like the highest bidder, but if we get him there of left wing sorted

Comment by craig

Silva, Tevez and Barry would represent a very good Summer’s business.

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