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Liverpool to resume interest in Newcastle's Jose Enrique after failing to land Arsenal's Gael Clichy

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Liverpool to resume interest in Newcastle's Jose Enrique after failing to land Arsenal's Gael Clichy

Post  1892NUFF on Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:31 pm

After Manchester City have apparently beaten them to the signature of Arsenal's French defender, the Reds have reportedly revived their long-term interest in Newcastle defender.

Liverpool will reportedly turn their attention back to Newcastle United defender Jose Enrique after failing in their bid to land Arsenal's Gael Clichy, according to The News of the World.

Manchester City have apparently beaten the Reds to the signing of Clichy, so Liverpool are said to be reviving their interest in Enrique, who has been a target for the Anfield club after impressing for the Magpies last season.

Reds' boss Kenny Dalglish is keen to strengthen his options at left-back and has also been linked with a move for England defender Leighton Baines, but was apparently put off by neighbours Everton’s £20 (€22) million valuation.

However, he has been tracking Enrique for a number of months. Ironically, when the Spaniard left Villarreal for the Premier League in August 2007, Liverpool (then managed by Rafael Benitez) were one of the clubs, along with Manchester City, whom Newcastle beat to his signature.

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