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Liverpool in talks with Real Madrid by lfctalk
October 28, 2010, 18:02
Filed under: Transfer Gossip

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Reports claim Liverpool have made contact with Real Madrid over the signing of Dutchman Royston Drenthe.

The former Feyenoord man is earning plaudits for his performances so far this season at loan club Hercules.

Spanish newspaper Sport claim that Liverpool have reignited their interest in the young defender after José Mourinho intimated that he is willing to listen to offers for him.

Liverpool could make a cut-price move for Drenthé will Real Madrid’s willingness to let the youngster move on as he does not feature in ‘The Special One’s’ plans.

Drenthé, who has previously been linked with a move to the Premiership, could cost Hodgson around £8m.

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Comment by JonoEFC

I think this is the kind of players the new owners need, young and talented who are able to play for the club for the long time. Let the boy in the squard is a wonderful left back who can linkup in the wing and he is energetic he can adopt tough premiership league in a short period of time.

Comment by Mark Magimbi

We aslo need a new striker and should HRH stick around any longer?

We are lucky if Nando and Reina are still around after Jan and if they leave the blame is squarely on HRH and Henry

Comment by Chan

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