Date: 23rd May 2011 at 10:30am
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Many Liverpool fans have been wondering about the future of Maxi. It seemed that the Argentine was on his way out of Liverpool until Kenny Dalglish recalled him into the starting lineup recently and he has impressed by bagging a brace of hat tricks. On Maxi’s current form, there was no way that he could be sold but people do not forget the earlier parts of the season where Maxi could hardly do anything right when he was on the field.

Following yesterdays (Sunday) game against Aston Villa, Maxi was not fit enough to play in the game as he was suffering from an adductor injury. Kenny Dalglish came out after the game to explain why Maxi was missing and this hinted that Kenny believes that Maxi will be part of the setup next season.

Dalglish said, “Maxi had a problem with his adductor, so it’s better to miss this game than pre-season training. I don’t think any of them will need surgery.”

So Kenny feels that it would have been best to exclude Maxi from the match at Villa Park where he could have made his injury worse, as he would rather have him fit for pre-season training. If Kenny feels that Maxi has to be fit for pre-season training then I take that as a sign that he wants Maxi to stay.