Date: 29th November 2011 at 7:00pm
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Liverpool continue to be linked with a move for a new striker in the January transfer window. David Villa has been heavily linked with a move to the club but that deal, if it is going to happen, will only take place in the summer.

Today Liverpool are being linked with another Spanish striker, Valencia’s Roberto Soldado. The 26-year-old striker is thought to be high on Dalglish and Comolli’s priority list, but we could be turned off by the £20million fee Valencia are set to demand.

But Liverpool may be willing to offer some fringe players to Valencia as part of the deal.

There is no doubt that we need to be scoring more goals at the club right now and if Suarez is not scoring them then we may be in trouble. Andy Carroll is our other option but he has not really set the stage alight yet but maybe as Ian Rush said, we must give the fella some time. But how much time can we give him? We need him to be scoring regularly for us.


2 responses to “Tuesday Rumour: Liverpool line up move for Spanish striker who is NOT David Villa”

  1. freddy fred says:

    this is the real deal.i prefer the spanish player than the english.kenny pls us to get him cuz our no 9 is a waste.

  2. STEVE says:

    It is difficult to integrate Carroll into the team. He’s not suited to play pass and move football. He cannot dribble or at least keep possession. And it is difficult for him to get a chance because KK plays 4-5-1 against big teams as he prefers mobility. So Carroll only gets his chance against weaker sides and he’s not justifying his price tag at the moment. To be fair most of the time I don’t see other players trying to combine with him and that’s probably frustrating for him. Hope KK finds a way to play him and get him firing.