Liverpool On The VERGE Of Signing £75,000-A-Week UCL Finalist

2014/2015 will always be a season to put off the history books of the Liverpool fans, its a terrible season nothing worked perfectly with the strike team from Ballotelli, Borini, Lambert, Sturridge off and on the pitch. This brought enough misery to the overall performance that largely brought the coaching crew to be worst criticized in the English Premier league for 2014/2015.

However Liverpool are determined to add to their strike-force and had targeted the Belgian, Christian Benteke. Although Liverpool scouting team will not bid anywhere near the Belgian international’s buy‑out clause of £35m asking price. Lately that interest  for him has started to water down, possibly to see whether Villa  can lower their asking price, Liverpool are examining the possibility of signing Llorente as a replacement for the weakened and under achieving strike force.

Llorente, though is a 30 year old warhorse that worked through the success of Juventus in the concluded season, his age does not fit in with the preferred policy of Liverpool’s owners, the Fenway Sports Group as they will want to sign younger players, such as to be a good business for the group but Brendan Rodgers has argued for more experienced quality and established players to strengthen his squad having already brought in 29‑year-old James Milner.

The Italian champions, Juventus is expected to make him available at a cheap for £15m, as they are reshaping their attack this summer therefore he can come in handy for Liverpool . His scoring ability is next to none at the moment in the whole team at LFC.

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