Prolific youngsters poised for Liverpool

Prolific youngsters poised for Liverpool


Courtesy of Sky Sports
Courtesy of Sky Sports

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will firm up his long standing interest in Daniel Sturridge by placing a bid for the Chelsea striker on January 1st. He will also attempt to prise Tom Ince from Blackpool, despite feverish interest in the player from a host of Premier League clubs.

The Guardian reports that, with only 1 fit striker, the Liverpool top brass will loosen the purse strings just enough to let out the £18m required to snare the pair. Sturridge is available and willing for £12m. The cost of Ince would be offset by the sell on fee that Liverpool themselves could be expected to net from their initial purchase of the player – Ince left Anfield just last year.

If Rodgers is quick off the mark Liverpool could realistically get these two in to bring even more youth to a forward line which already boasts the precocious speed demon, Raheem Sterling.

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  1. RODGERS pack your BAGS your a goner ? Your buying sub standard players just like THE CLOWN FOOLGLISH did ;-( how are these Prolific youngsters you JOKER…I’m making a protest outside melwood in early January if you buy these players,too go with the other crap players Borini & Allen…

  2. Rather buy from abroad,sturridge is up his own backside & Ince got sold for 500,000 now where buying him back for £6 million PATHETIC !!! Same old same old ? Into the Dark ages we go under Rodgers ?

  3. ince is good should not off been allowed to move, but he was out of contract…and he wanted to play… sturridge is not a out striker more midfield/winger come striker .. 12 mil is too much..remy the french guy is is hunttlar ( only his age is against him) but hes worth 6 mil…brendan will be judged on his buys.. if there bad…well he,s in trouble..

  4. If i was either player id avoid that cancer of a club like the plague, they will only ruin them and set them back. Im sure they’re more ambitious though rather than sinking low to join Liverpool. They have ruined so many decent players over the years.