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36 minutes ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Jamal Lewis is a fat drug cheat.

At least its less stabby than his teammate

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Liverpool are mulling over a potential deal for Porto forward Moussa Marega as back-up for their deadly forward trio, according to reports.

Marega has scored 20 goals and created nine for his team-mates in all competitions for Porto this season, including six goals in nine Champions League appearances.

And that form has seen transfer speculation increase this campaign with Everton and West Ham all credited with interest in the past, while Wolves had been reported to be leading the chase.

However, French publication Foot Mercato journalist Sebastien Denis (via Sport Witness) claims that Liverpool and West Ham are ‘hot’ on Marega with the Premier League sides ‘better equipped’ to land the Mali international amid interest from Marseille.

It is understood he would provide back-up for the likes of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino if he did move to Anfield with Jurgen Klopp identifying depth in those positions as crucial in the summer market

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3 minutes ago, suzy said:

We are actually in the transfer news - AOC is supposed to be signing a new extension, it’s like a new signing etc etc!

He seems like a good guy and he was starting to show some form before he got injured but, if true, this seems bizarre to me. 

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3 minutes ago, joe_fishfish said:

That Marega link has to be PR from his agent, no way we're interested in him.

Yeah, he was shite against us.  Hopefully Everton "beat" us to this one.

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2 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

For a reasonable price I would take Marega. He doesn't suit our style of football but a player with his pace and physicality is always useful no matter what.

Yeah if we want someone to chase vandals away from the Shankly statue. 

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7 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Yeah if we want someone to chase vandals away from the Shankly statue. 

He contributed to 9 goals in 9 games in the Champions League this season, he's not a total donkey. This is clearly a fake rumour, but he seems like the type of player who could be a good soldier.

 

You could throw him on to chase balls in the channels and batter opposition centre halves. Physically, few players can deal with him and he's fast and mobile.  

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There’s more chance of Liverpool signing me than there is Marega. And there is no chance of them signing me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’d cost far too much.

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