When Fenway Sports & John Henry took over the red half of Merseyside, theyAi??brought inAi??a new ray hope for Liverpool fans all over the world. ai???Under promise, over deliverai??i?? was the mantra as Tom Werner pledged to bring the Reds back to the forefront, competing for the highest honors once again. Money has, since then, been available and well spent in a majority of the cases. Suarez, Carroll, Adam, Henderson, Enrique, Coates and Downing have all fared well at the club since their arrival. Some better than the rest.

While these players are still in their infancy at Liverpool Football Club, they have performed reasonably well to bring the side up to the sixth spot. The Premier League is a tough place to be in these days; the nature, style and mentality of the EnglishAi??gameAi??has worn a new look altogether, lifting survivalAi??to numero uno on the list of priorities. The ai???Big Fourai??i?? has vanished, teams earlier considered as entertaining underdogs and cannon fodder have utilized their resources to the maximum and you only need to take a look at the League table to see the results of this change.

While it is quite unfair to consistently pick on the flaws of Carroll or the money-to-quality ratio of Stewart Downing, the fact is that Liverpool still have a long way to go before they can comfortably seal a spot for the Champions League next season; sixth isn’t good enough. Now Kenny Dalglish is not really the prodigal son but this transfer window presents itself as a chance for him to strengthen his squad further to achieve the targets he has set, ever since his much-celebratedAi??return to the club.

Time is slowly running out for Liverpool unless Damien Comolli brings some quality back at Anfield. As usual, names have been tossed around with reckless abandon in the media. Letai??i??s have a closer look at a few probable transfer targets:

Defense ai??i?? Agger & Skrtel Doing a Great Job

When Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger started against Manchester City in the midweek fixture, the pair completed eight games in a row on the team sheet. This, coupled with the fact that Liverpool have the best defensive record in the League after Manchester City, indicates that Dalglish & Co ideally donai??i??t have to venture out in the market looking for new faces.

The Reds have the backing of a legend in Jamie Carragher and another young Uruguayan star in Sebastian Coates amongst their ranks as alternate options. Dalglish has never been shy of fielding youth on the bigger stage so it is certain that Coates will get his chance to shine sooner than later; but having said that, a player not as old as Carragher and not as young as Coates will probably make Liverpool look safer on pitch as well as on paper.

Rumours ai??i?? Jorge Fucile (Porto), Gary Cahill (Bolton)

27 year-old Porto full-back Jorge Fucile has been linked with the club over the past few days. Fucile, another Uruguayan player, can be employed on either flank and is said to possess good pace and technique going ahead on the pitch. However, not everybody is blowing the trumpet on his crossing abilities, something that right now needs to be looked at closely if Liverpool are making plans to draft Carroll into the teamai??i??s style of play.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Highly Unlikely

Liverpool need to spend no doubt; albeit the challenging part is spending before their rivals get a lead on them. Most often, the reports emanating from the press link two or more top clubs to the same player. Rumor or not, the lack of veracity to any transfer news gives us only half a chance of that story materializing. Such is the case of Gary Cahill. Although a fee with Chelsea had been agreed, reports later suggested that personal terms with the player have held up further discussions.

Back in the summer when Manchester United were flirting with the Phil Jones transfer, Liverpool tried to check in with a bid for the youngster. And now it is reported that they are prepared once again to hijack the defenderai??i??s move to Stamford Bridge.

En Route to Blues?

While Cahill would fit the bill perfectly, chances are he will choose to join the Blues over the Reds.Ai??Ai??And yet the news he’s been holding out for a better paycheck, means the promise of Champions League football is not the only thing on his mind. Liverpool would do well to gate-crash Chelsea’s party.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Plausible

Midfield ai??i?? Injury-Prone Gerrard & Loss of Lucas ReasonAi??Enough?

2011 was definitely not a good year for the talismanic Liverpool captain. Steven Gerrard, the driving force behind Liverpool for several years now, was unfortunately absent from the scene more often than not. He now returns at a time when Liverpool need to buckle up and up the ante if they are break into the top four. The pressure on the 31-year old playmaker isAi??higher now since he is clearly running out of time to grab that Premier League trophy in Liverpool colours.

Few careers have turned around more spectacularly than this next man. Lucas Leiva is a name that’s chanted around the Anfield stands. The Brazilian has worked really hard to earn that respect by fans and players alike ever since making his move from Gremio during the Benitez era. A collision with Ryan Bertrand while playing Chelsea in the Carling Cup towards the end of November ended the playerai??i??s current season.

The Reds have clearly struggled ever since Lucas was ruled out for the rest of the season. Their recent encounter against Manchester City at Eastlands clearlyAi??betrayed the dip in quality in the center of the park. Jay Spearing is just a replacement midfielder, not a midfielder who can match up to Lucasai??i?? class. This should be a strong signal for Kenny to include a quality midfielder in his shopping list for this winter.

Rumours ai??i?? Sandro (Tottenham), Tiote (Newcastle United)

Another Brazilian player quickly racking up the praiseAi??andAi??compliments in England is Sandro. The Spursai??i?? defensive midfielder was regularly a part of the starting lineup till the arrival of Scott Parker from West Ham in the summer. Sandro is now much of a second-in-line player and will be available if Tottenham are willing to sell in order to bring in further reinforcements this winter.

Sandro is already familiar with the English game which could aid Comolli and Dalglish in theirAi??questAi??to make a move for the player. If available in the region of 10-15 million pounds, Liverpool can easily afford him as suitable replacement for Lucas till and beyond the end of this season.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Possible

Cheick Tiote arrived at Newcastle for aAi??meager sum of 3.5 million pounds in 2010. Not only has he got accustomed to the English game, he has become an instant hit at the club. His presence in the center of the park has become absolutely vital for the Magpies. Crunching tackles, good passing sense and an ability to quickly close down on the opposition makes him an indispensable asset to Alan Pardew.

The problem with this transfer is Newcastleai??i??s current position in the League. The team from Tyneside is currently seventh, not far away from the fourth spot. Hence, with the possibility of Champions League potentially lurking far in the horizon, it is unlikely that the club will let go of one itai??i??s most important weapons. Also, Tiote now has a higher market value, somewhere around the region of 25 million pounds. The Reds will be reluctant to spend that sum since bolstering their striking options takes precedence over its midfield, but Tiote would be well received at Anfield.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Plausible

Attacking Midfield ai??i?? Kuyt Heading Out? Reds Definitely Need to Reload

Before the season began, one of the pressing issues at the club was to bring in attacking players who can breathe life in Liverpoolai??i??s attack. Following Carrollai??i??s purchase, the need to bring in a winger became evident and hence, Stewart Downing. But Downing has failed to live upto expectations at Anfield so far which shows that the Reds need someone better to rip through the opposition defense.

Heading Out?

Recent news about Kuytai??i??s departure is slowly picking up pace. If it happens, theAi??chest isnai??i??t really filled with gold for Liverpool. Currently, Bellamy, Henderson and Kuyt are taking turns to appear on the far right but age isnai??i??t exactly on Bellamyai??i??s side and Kuyt is now the subject of a move away from the club with Galatasaray showing interest which leaves just Henderson who is familiar with playing on the right but is a more natural fit in the center of the park.

Rumours ai??i?? Stephane Sessegnon (Sunderland), Gaston Ramirez (Bologna), Manuel Vargas (Fiorentina)

Sessegnon has enjoyed life in England following his 7 million-pound move from PSG a year ago. With the departure of Henderson, Asamoah Gyan and Darren Bent, Sessegnon has become a key player in the Sunderland squad alongside the likes of Cattermole and Richardson. While he definitely has the wherewithal to fit into a Liverpool squad, recent reports are suggesting that he is wanted back in France, with PSG and Marseille rivaling for the Benin-born midfielder.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Unlikely

Ever since Sebastian Coatesai??i?? signing from Nacional, Liverpool have expressed a desire to build ties with football in Uruguay. Gaston Ramirez is another example of this attempt at camaraderie. The 21 year-old recently signed a contract extension at the Italian club which keeps him in the nation till 2016. However, with an evaluation of 10-12 million, it would be quite easy for the Merseyside outfit to price him away. Age, flair and technique are all high on points for Ramirez ai??i?? something that could impress Comolli.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Possible

Manuel Vargas has been a Liverpool target earlier too; and with the transfer window now open again, the rumours are once again rising to the surface. The 28 year-old has performed well in the attacking role at the Viola and has caught the eye of top teams such as Inter Milan and Arsenal too.

An evaluation of close to 15 million sounds good for Vargas and with him and Downing on either ends of attack, Suarez and Carroll can do with better service. Reports in Italy suggest that Vargas has been made available for a winter transfer so Liverpool would want to act quick before its competitors.

Strikers ai??i?? Carroll & Suarez Not a Working Pair, What Are Liverpoolai??i??s Choices?

Andy Carroll is still finding his way in the Premier League.Ai??You can argue about him needingAi??additional time andAi??grooming to fit into Liverpoolai??i??sAi??scheme of thingsAi??but in the bigger picture, he still needs to get a feel of the League.Ai??A lot of theAi??criticism directed towards the Geordie is only because of his price tag and nothing else. But that is a whole different argument altogether, and clearly not his fault. The point is since Ai??Carroll isnai??i??t clicking, itAi??has consequently place Suarez under a lot of stress. Now with Dirk Kuyt also entering the transfer melee, Liverpool are in dire need of striking options more than anything else.

Rumours ai??i?? Darren Bent (Aston Villa), Mauro Zarate (Internazionale/Lazio), Luuk De Jong (FC Twente)

This is an area where Comolli needs to show prudence in order to bring in the best. The presence of another striker alongside Suarez and Carroll is required to create depth as well as quality. The present duo isnai??i??t really boastingAi??an unbreakable partnership. Darren Bent has grown through the rans ever since his Charlton days and is considered by many a complete striker.

Is he the Missing Link?

The England international has had loads of Premiership experience while at Spurs, Sunderland and now Aston Villa. His sense of finishing can really help someone like Suarez who can create as many chances for others as he creates for himself. Also, with Bent, Dalglish will have the option to play a 4-4-2, lining him alongside Suarez which will definitely prove lethal. Bent at Anfield will be a revelation!

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Likely

The latest name floating around now is that of Mauro Zarate. The 24 year-old Argentine striker, currently plying his trade at Inter Milan has been considered to replace Suarez and Liverpool are reportedly looking to bring him on loan till the end of the season.

However, the need to have another quality striker in the squad is more of a permanent necessity rather than a stop-gap arrangement. While Carroll can breuild his confidence by starting and performing against lesser known teams, the Reds can do with a quality pairing upfront for the big games. Zarate is a good option but needs to come in on a permanent basis. Also, since he is on a temporary contract at Inter till the end of June, for Liverpool to initiate and conclude any deal, Zarate first has to be transferred to Lazio, his parent club which might take time – something which Liverpool are slowly running out of.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Unlikely

News around fan sites and pages all over the web are linking the Reds to FC Twente striker Luuk De Jong. After a fantastic 2010-11 season, where he scored 12 goals and created 12 assists, the 21 year-old earned his first call-up to the national team. Ever since his rise to prominence, he has been compared to the prolific Robin Van Persie in more ways than one. The player has also expressed his desire to play in the Premier League and considers it as a place for some good competition.

Although the lad is talented, his relatively young age could go against Liverpoolai??i??s intentions to bring in a quality player as a third option. De Jong is still in the process of developing his game and it will take him a while to be considered as a realistic target for clubs. Bringing him now would be a move on similar lines of the Carroll purchase, something that hasnai??i??t reaped benefits yet.

TheHardTackleai??i??s Prediction: Unlikely

Liverpoolai??i??s current situation demandsAi??they spend; and they will have to spend well and spend big. UEFAai??i??s Financial Fair Play rules have kicked in this season on, which means teams can only spend as much as they can earn. Which basically means this transfer window and the one opening in summer at the end of the season are the best opportunities for the Reds to splash the cash and bolster their squad. The tricky part is, they need to buy now in order to build a squad good enough to take them to Champions League next season. The Reds need to act quick.

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12 Responses to “Liverpool Transfer News ai??i?? Carroll Dilemma, Suarez Ban; Is Darren Bent the Answer?”

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  1. Ashfah Hussain says:

    Darren Bent is a poor man’s Fernando Torres. It’s not that I love Bent less but I love Torres more.

    • Camble says:

      i think we should try getting Tevez. I know it will be expensive but we need someone to bang in the goals an he can. Buy him buy him and I garantee you that we will move from six to third in a months time. And the big boggas about Suarez is that the FA dont want liverpool to progress because manchester united is paying them to do that. I am black and I understand what happen. The thing with Liverpool image being damage crap because we at liverpool stand together thats whu Suares will never walk alone.

      • Matty says:

        Excuse me for sounding cybical camble but to suggest manchester united are paying people to stop us from progressing is rediculous!! Im sure manchester united are more worried with the likes of man city,chelsea totthenam and arsenal as opposed to liverpool who lie in 6th place currently. And i feel bad for you that you have to mention your skin colour on a web page designed to give us football tranfer rumours. Just so you know and i mean this in the nicest possible way your skin colour does not determine your present or future infact everyone has opportunity its there so take it. By the way i am also black. Sounds to me like your ready to blame others for your own misfortune.

        • C16- says:

          I think Liverpool should go for adebyor in the summer if we don’t get bent now because we need that extra link who can finish off chances. Bent was one of the best forwards in the league when he was at Sunderland all he needs is a bit of confidence. We definitely need to keep kuyt he is an outstanding player who can run for a full 90 minutes non stop. We dont need many other players, maybe a winger if one comes about now or summer. Hopefully we can make top 4 all we need is confidence.

  2. Camble says:

    Tevez is our answer believe it or not

    • liverlad says:

      there is no way tevez would come to liverpoool hes perfectly made it clear he dsnt want to play in the english league anymore

  3. french toast says:

    Well, your right on that, tevez would be ideal as a player that is available, prem experience and world class attributes, even if he is a complete arse hole, saying that we have suarez the cannibal and the golf clubber belamy..so tevez is a little princess in comparison.

    PLEASE PLEASE DALGLISH NO MORE AVERAGE ENGLISH PLAYERS..
    The only english player i want is adam johnson..

  4. Bellamy plays on the left and I think Bent would be another waste of Money. I think Dalglish will buy young if anything

  5. Joe Young says:

    The collision was with Mata I thought?

  6. jeff says:

    i dont believe liverpool shud buy more midfielders,rather get qaulity striker like moussa sow

  7. Sandeep says:

    The defense and midfield departments have quality players. They just have to stand up to their potential. Look at Charlie Adam. There’s a big difference between Blackpool days and his playing days at Liverpool. I don’t think there is a replacement needed for Lucas; Only attack needs some bolstering. Zarate will not join L’pool. He wants to play under Villas Boas. Rather than buying an expensive player L’pool should look at talented players from the smaller teams. There’s Kevin Doyle for example. And its time the players from reserve team start making an appearance in the PL. This holds good for other major teams as well.