Footy In A Week


What’s been going on with Liverpool
July 6, 2006, 1:41 am
Filed under: European Football, Premier League, Spanish League, Transfer Market

Liverpool have confirmed today that they have signed Brazilian Fabio Aurelio. The left full back moved on the bossman ruling from Valencia. Aurelio signed a four year deal.

More good news came to Liverpool’s way, as highly rated Chilean winger, Mark Gonzalez was granted a work permit. Gonzalez was initially denied a permit last season and had to be sent on loan to Real Sociadad where he set the club a light with his pace, trick and memorable longs shots against Real Madrid.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are still in talks with Marseille regarding a loan move for Cisse to the French club. Liverpool are also still looking for a right winger, and negotiations with Sevilla to bring Daniel Alves to Anfield seem to have stalled. So Benitez is looking at other options, with Pennant being the most possible solution. A rumour also suggested that Liverpool may try to bid for Joaquin, with a players plus cash deal. Zenden, Barragan and Dudek, all might be included in the deal.

Another player leaving the club is Hamann, who looks likely to move to Manchester City. Hamann was set to move to Bolton earlier.

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Looking forward to seeing Gonzalez play in Anfield. Judging by his performances in La Liga, it seems he is highly recomended and could really influence Liverpool’s title dreams.
Very exciting! šŸ˜€

Comment by My View. Your View

It also means one of the left wingers will be leaving. With Riise able to play full back and midfield, and the arrival of Aurelio and Gonzalez, it’s likely in my opinion that zenden or Kewell will be leaving, especially that Benitez could really use the cash from Kewell’s sale. Though i would feel sad for Zenden. He played well but his injury probably ended his career with liverpool.

In any case, welcome to the blog and thanks for visiting šŸ™‚

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