dinsdag 5 juli 2011

Liverpool FC’s Milan Jovanovic set for Anfield exit.

MILAN JOVANOVIC is on his way out of Anfield with Olympiakos leading the chase for his signature.
The Serbian winger has been told he can leave Liverpool after a dismal first season following his arrival on a free transfer from Standard Liege last summer.
“I got the paper from Liverpool that I am free to search for a new club,” Jovanovic said.
“Up to now, I still haven’t received an official offer from Olympiakos, but I am looking forward to hearing their plans.”
Jovanovic scored twice in 13 starts for the Reds but looked woefully out of his depth in the Premier League.
The 30-year-old made just two appearances under Kenny Dalglish and Liverpool are keen to get him off their wage bill.
Reports in Greece suggest Olympiakos want to snap him up, while there’s also interest from Belgian sides Anderlecht and Club Brugge.
Meanwhile, the Reds could secure a £5million boost to their transfer kitty with the sale of French duo David Ngog and Chris Mavinga.
Striker Ngog’s proposed move to Sunderland fell through after he failed to agree personal terms. The Black Cats subsequently signed Ipswich’s Connor Wickham and their interest in Ngog has cooled.

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