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Liverpool January Transfers: Liverpool close to Tom Ince deal, Nuri Sahin out, Davide Astori in?

January 10, 2013

Tom Ince

Tom Ince transfer saga has been dragging on for too long with Liverpool not agreeing to meet up Blackpool valuation of GBP 6 million, but the hierarchy in Liverpool seems to be up for that price tag now. It could be a great addition to the Liverpool squad, who would have another great player on the wings and a potential to make an immediate impact for his former team. He came up through the Liverpool ranks in the academy, only to be sold to Blackpool by former manager, Kenny Dalglish.

Another player for whom an offer is said to have been made is Davide Astori, who plays for Serie A club, Cagliari. As per the reports of Mail Online are to be believed Liverpool has already placed a bid with GBP 7 million. But, as of now, Liverpool is not the only team who is interested in acquiring the player’s services, as Southampton has bid a higher amount, GBP 9.5 million. Liverpool has history and a greater ambition to succeed, which can play a greater role in attracting Astori to Anfield.

Nuri Sahin was brought on loan from Real Madrid, but has failed to put up an impressive performance in a Liverpool jersey. He has only scored a single goal in the EPL for Liverpool. As a result of which the reds are considering of cutting short his loan contract. It has been rumoured that Borussia Dortmund, one of his former club may be on the pipeline to sign the player.

Liverpool has already made one of the biggest transfers in the January transfer window after landing Chelsea forward, Daniel Sturridge. On all probability, Tom Ince is going to their second signing.

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