5/02/2009 01:40:00 am

Transfer rumour roundup: Cana, Eto'o, Gourcuff, Pranjic, Robben + Tevez

As the season draws to a close, Liverpool have been predictably linked with a variety of potential transfer targets, but what type of player do we really need to take the team to the next level? Liverpool-Kop runs the rule over six of the most interesting possibilites.

Jacob Blaszczykowski - Would he make the grade at Anfield?

Lorik Cana - Do Liverpool really need him? (VIDEO)


Samuel Eto'o - Why Liverpool should not sign him

Yohann Gourcuff - Would he survive the 'Benitez Effect'? (VIDEO)

Daniel Pranjic - Is he good enough for Liverpool? (VIDEO)

Arjen Robben - Do we need another diver at the club?


Carlos Tevez - Why it would be a mistake to sign him


Or perhaps you agree with Eoin Sheridan, who argues that Liverpool should not make any major signings this summer.

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