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19 Jan 2016

Marquee Signing: Liverpool make record-breaking €60m offer for 'exceptional' striker Carra hailed as 'hottest in Europe'

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Due to the perennial goalscoring failure of Liverpool's attacking players, Liverpool continue to struggle for goals, and new reports today suggest that Jurgen Klopp has identified a possible solution to the Reds' goalscoring woes.

According to Italian newspaper Gazetta Dello Sport:

"In their attempts to bring Alvaro Morata to Merseyside, Liverpool are willing to pay big bucks [but] a mammoth offer of €60 million from the Reds will be rebuffed by Juve".

Sky Sports confirms:

"Juventus have turned down a €60m offer from Liverpool for Alvaro Morata".

Liverpool have been linked with Morata several times in the past:

Jun 2013: Brendan Rodgers reportedly wanted Morata as a makeweight in a proposed Luis Suarez move to Barcelona.

Jan 2014: Liverpool allegedly put in a 'concrete offer' for Morata.

Feb 2015: The Mirror claimed that Liverpool were planning a summer bid for Morata.

Some info about Morata, whose football idol is Madrid legend Raul:

* Juventus Total: 18 goals/12 assists in 71 apps (One every 119 mins)

* This Season: 3 goals/5 assists in 25 apps (One every 157 mins)

* Currently on a barren run of 15 games without a goal (Last goal: Oct 4th 2015).

* According to Jamie Carragher: "Morata is one of the hottest young strikers in Europe. It would be intriguing to see Morata [in the Premier League].

* Thiago Alcantara's assessment: “Morata is an exceptional player and he’s really given us a lot in this tournament. He’s a great No9".

€60m for yet another goal-shy striker? Absolute madness. As far as I can tell, Morata is (this season) the Juve version of Adam Lallana.

There's also another elephant in the room to consider: the perpetual failure at Liverpool of players signed from Serie A clubs (Dossena, Borini, Balotelli etc).

Thankfully, according to Juve director Giuseppe Marotta, it looks like this deal is a non-starter. On Monday, he told Marca:

"We have no interest in dealing with Real Madrid or any other club. We've never considered selling Morata. He's part of the backbone of this team [and] we're keeping hold of players like him."

Thanks, but no thanks, especially if it involves breaking Liverpool's transfer record.

Author: Jaimie K


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