Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Liverpool issues 'unacceptable' list

agen bola width='200px' style='float:left;padding:5px' /> However, former Reds winger John Barnes believes the club cannot afford to delay agen judi bola terpercaya should offload the 26-year-old as soon as possible. "We've seen in the past when transfers go down to the last minute that it doesn't help anybody, especially for a club like Liverpool who, if they lose Suarez, would have to find a big-name replacement," he told talkSPORT. "I'd like it to be done sooner rather than later because if it goes down to the last day, agen judi bola terpercaya you then have to go agen judi bola terpercaya get somebody, it's not ideal. Barnes added: "As far as Suarez is concerned, if he's not going to be happy, then he has to go.

Liverpool Transfer News: Reds Must Sell Luis Suarez If Arsenal Hit £50 Million

There are no comments yet. Get the conversation started by leaving the first comment He is a very talented player - of that there is no doubt - but defensively he is a worry agen judi bola terpercaya Liverpool shipping goals is the last thing they need. Which is why Liverpool have pulled off an excellent deal by bringing him in on loan originally. This way, the player is essentially on a season long trial period. If he looks like he fits the bill agen judi bola terpercaya is improving his defensive game - they snap him up for 7 million. If not - they send him packing.

Liverpool are right not to pay £7m for left-back this summer

After all, Suarez would be Arsenal's biggest transfer of all time. According to James Dickenson of theExpress,Arsenal are preparing a third bid for Suarez in the coming days. After having two previous bids (30 million agen judi bola terpercaya a cheeky40 million plus one pound) rejected by the Reds, manager Arsene Wenger agen judi bola terpercaya staff are reportedly preparing a bid of42.5 million for the star striker. If nothing else, the Reds might feel less-than-inclined to part with Suarez after the stunt Arsenal pulled with their second bid. By submitting a figure of40,000,001, the Gunners were thought to trigger a release clause in Suarez's contract that forced the Reds to sell. Liverpool did not interpret the clause in that manner, instead understagen judi bola terpercayaing the contract to force them to keep Suarez informed of various interests from other clubs in the event that a transfer bid for his services was placed above the40 million mark. Andy Hunter ofThe Guardian reported on Tuesday that Suarez was not fighting Liverpool's stance on his contract. Rather than bring the Premier League or legal help into the fold, Suarez will instead leave his fate up to the two clubs duking it out over numbers. Scott Barbour/Getty Images Rodgers (left) has been dealing with Suarez drama all summer.

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