Thursday, 7 August 2014

Liverpool Transfer News: Falcao enquiry, Cavani talks, Icardi battle, Agger's exit plea


LIVERPOOL have seen an official enquiry for Monaco's Radamel Falcao rebuffed but their efforts to add attacking reinforcements continue unabated.

The Reds are still looking for a suitable replacement for Luis Suarez following the Uruguayan's move to Barcelona.
Monaco want £12m for a one-year loan deal for Falcao, while the player would prefer a move to Real Madrid scuppering a move.
Liverpool - along with Arsenal - have also enquired about the availability to Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani in recent times.
Manchester United and Chelsea have been heavily linked with moves for Cavani this summer but it seems that the Reds tried to beat their Premier League rivals to the punch.
Cavani, however, continues to insist he wants to remain in Paris and he may well get his wish now that the club have pulled out of a move to sign Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid.
A player who similarly could prove out of reach is Mauro Icardi, despite the Anfield outfit preparing a £16m bid.
Mauro Icardi
Mauro Icardi is wanted by Liverpool and Monaco[GETTY]
Inter Milan want £28m to even consider letting the Argentine forward leave, while Monaco are also lurking ready to swoop if the 21-year-old becomes available.
Marco Reus is another who has been linked with a move to Liverpool this summer, but fresh reports in Germany suggest that it is Arsenal who are currently leading the race for the Borussia Dortmund star.
Marseille's Andre Ayew is keen on a move to Anfield this summer, but it seems he could be out of luck and may have to accept a move to Newcastle instead.
Elsewhere, Daniel Agger seems increasingly likely to leave the club this summer after reportedly breaking down on the club's pre-season tour of the United States and being granted permission to fly home.
Agger is concerned about falling down the pecking order following Dejan Lovren's arrival and is not looking for a move away before the transfer window shuts at the end of the month.
The Express

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