Date: 16th November 2011 at 1:22pm
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Alberto Aquilani is set to make his loan move to AC Milan permanent come the end of the season. Kenny Dalglish decided to send the midfielder out on loan at the start of the season, despite Aquilani having a good pre-season. The midfielder was deemed surplus to requirements at Anfield and now he seems to have found his feet at AC Milan.

The Milan club have the option of buying Aquilani this summer when his loan deal expires and according to Aquilani’s agent, Milan are going to buy him.

“We can without doubt consider Milan activating the buy-out clause to be a pure formality, especially as he’ll soon reach the written parameters set by Milan and Liverpool,” Aquilani’s agent Franco Zavaglia told Itasportpress.

“Alberto is doing well and I think this is clear for all to see.”

It will be interesting to see how much AC Milan pay Liverpool for Aquilani, considering we signed him for £17million from Roma in 2009. How much do you think we can get back for Aquilani?


2 responses to “Liverpool midfielders move away from Anfield is a formality”

  1. Ashfah Hussain says:

    What a waste of talent and time. He cant get a place in the team because of Lucas. Ths is the root of our problem, not just Andy Caroll.

  2. kagutsuti says:

    We need more his talent than the money we can get from him …