Liverpool Poised to Sign Nuri Sahin From Real Madrid, Says Report: The Daily EPL

Respected Spanish journalist Guillem Balague has announced that Liverpool are on the verge of signing Turkish midfielder Nuri Sahin from Real Madrid. According to the article, Balague says that Brendan Rodgers wants to build a strong midfield who have superb passing and retention skills. And Sahin certainly would be a big plus for the Reds.

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11 thoughts on “Liverpool Poised to Sign Nuri Sahin From Real Madrid, Says Report: The Daily EPL”

    1. Ahmed, have you heard anything about Arsenal selling any players?
      Just curious.
      The media has mentioned Chamakh, Arshavin, Bendtner, and even Gervinho…
      I would think they might need some cash after their summer purchases.

  1. this is incorrect. ballague has said no such thing. he has said Liverpool are interested in the player but so are other clubs. there is no suggestion from him at all that a move to Liverpool is imminent.

  2. Can’t see how Dempsey goes to Liverpool still. Allen, Sahin, Tello? Basically a solid addition to every midfield, wing or forward role that Dempsey can play.

  3. According to Bellague’s column on sky sports Sahin has been convinced by Alonso to join Liverpool. He also said that Tello might also join Liverpool either on loan or permanent transfer depending on whether he gets a new deal at Barca. A midfield of Lucas, Allen and Sahin could be formidable.

  4. we need proved strikers,not anything else,not out casts,not people who do not have time to play in there mother clubs.

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