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Liverpool close in on Enrique

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Liverpool close in on Enrique

Post  Guest on Sat Jun 04, 2011 1:57 am

Kenny Dalglish hopes to confirm the signing for Liverpool of the Newcastle United left back Jose Enrique within the next couple of weeks, as reported here.

Enrique has only a year left on his contract with United and has resisted all attempts by Alan Pardew to extend his current deal at St James Park. Enrique is one of a number of left backs that Liverpool are rumoured to be interested in and Dalglish is prepared to pay up to £15 million to get his first choice target for that position.

It is also rumoured that Bayern Munich and Lyon are monitoring the situation, but Enrique would prefer to stay in the Premier League and favours a move to the Anfield club, where former team mate Andy Carrol now plays.

Enrique is just one of several targets Liverpool are positioning themselves to bid for this summer, with others such as Charlie Adam of Blackpool and Ashley Young of Aston Villa also being touted by the media as potential signings.

Liverpool’s owners have made available to Dalglish a large summer transfer fund and as such, Dalglish will not be in a position having to move players on, before making further moves in the transfer window.


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