Liverpool Not Close Possible Shopping Players in January
Liverpool – Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool might be shopping players in stock in January. However, Rodgers did not want to comment on transfer speculation Petr Cech and Fernando Torres.
The Reds were heavily rumored to be bringing home Torres, who since leaving Anfield in 2011 failed to shine both with Chelsea and AC Milan, the club where he is currently playing on loan.
However, Liverpool did not without rivals. Torres other former club, Atletico Madrid, also widely rumored interested in recruiting return of El Nino, barter with Alessio Cerci.
This season, Liverpool scored difficulties following the departure of Luis Suarez to Barcelona and Daniel Sturridge are constantly injured. Three striker, Mario Balotelli, Fabio Borini, and Rickie Lambert only scored a total of four goals.
Meanwhile, Cech has been stifling be on the bench at Stamford Bridge after his place evicted Thibaut Courtois. Cech agent had already suggested that Liverpool began to bid for his client.
“If there is a possibility we can strengthen ourselves in January, then we‘ll see,” Rodgers said on BBC Sport.
“There will always be speculation, but I will not comment will any player,” he said.
Liverpool itself decided to pull off the main goalkeeper Simon Mignolet due to poor performance in some games until an undetermined time. Veteran goalkeeper Brad Jones has now developed as a guard under the crossbar Liverpool.
“Brad is on the team today and he is working properly,” said Rodgers who were satisfied with the performance of Jones. “She’s pretty consistent. You need a second goalkeeper for the loyal and look good when played.”