Transfer News Today: Liverpool Ready To Offload Flop Forward To Lazio


Bye Bye Borini

Liverpool are set to finally cut their ties with Italian forward Fabio Borini, who is edging closer to a return to his homeland with Lazio a year after rejecting moves to Sunderland and QPR.

It’s about time. Well you can’t blame Borini for wanting to stay and prove himself at Anfield last year, but it just hasn’t happened for him.

Read: Mark Jones on Liverpool’s new signing Nathaniel Clyne

 

The Sergio Saga

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Another day, another Sergio Ramos story. The centre-back is reportedly furious with his club Real Madrid and is demanding that they let him speak to suitors Manchester United.

Will it ever happen? It seems to have been rumbling on forever, but United obviously believe they have a chance of landing their man. Watch this space.

Read: Will Tidey on why Ramos would be a great signing for United

 

The Santi Clause

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Atletico Madrid want Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla to replace the wantaway Arda Turan, but the Gunners will only sell the 30-year-old if they get a big offer.

Will he go? He shouldn’t do. Cazorla probably had his best season at Arsenal in 2014/15 and will be a key player in the upcoming campaign.

Read: James McNicholas on whether or not Cech will be Arsenal’s only new arrival this summer

 

Van Stalls On Move

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Robin van Persie has rejected a move to Turkish side Besiktas, as the 31-year-old weighs up his options over whether or not to leave Manchester United.

Can he get a better move? His wage demands might price himself out of one, but the Dutchman still has a few options and would be an attractive asset for many.

Read: Adrian Clarke on Van Persie’s struggles and future

 

Hornets Double Up

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Watford are preparing for life in the Premier League by making a joint bid for forgotten Tottenham midfielders Benjamin Stambouli and Etienne Capoue.

Are they what they need? Well they haven’t pulled up any trees at Spurs, but they’d be experienced additions for new boss Quique Sanchez Flores. 

Watford are 2.05 to stay up