Henrikh Mkhitaryan Spotted in London Hotel to Force Through Liverpool Move: Daily Soccer Report
Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan is trying to force through a move to Liverpool after he was spotted in a London hotel today.
The £23million-rated Mkhitaryan is supposed to be in Austria with Shakhtar Donestk during their pre-season training. The team have threatened to fine Mkhitaryan for missing training. However, Shakhtar reportedly only own part of his rights, thus making the transfer a very complicated process.
Now that Mkhitaryan was spotted in a London hotel this morning, and it is definitely him according to a Liverpool supporter who snapped the photo and saw him flash his Armenian passport, the ball is in Liverpool’s court to see if they can close the deal.
Mkhitaryan scored a Ukrainian league record 25 goals last season.
Have you seen Mkhitaryan play? Would he be a good fit at Liverpool, and is he worth the £23million price tag? Share your opinion in the comments section below.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Liverpool target Henrikh Mkhitaryan is spotted in a London hotel on Wednesday — 101GG
- Fulham’s Dimitar Berbatov boost as agent says striker will see out deal — Evening Standard
- Man United offer Cristiano Ronaldo €50m signing fee if he doesn’t renew at Real Madrid — 101GG
- Pepe Reina is back on Arsene Wenger’s radar as Liverpool buy Simon Mignolet — Evening Standard
- Barcelona have all but given up on keeping Manchester United target Thiago Alcantara — 101GG
- Kevin Horlock’s 10-year tribute to Marc-Vivien Foe — Manchester Evening News
- Crystal Palace eye Jerome Thomas as first summer signing — Evening Standard
- The agent of Gabriel Tamas insists the defender intends to stay with West Brom — Sky Sports
- Fans protest at Premier League HQ – MUST CEO in talks with PL CEO Richard Scudamore — MUST
- Swansea City in loan bid for Udinese’s Matej Vydra — This Is South Wales
- Chelsea dealt blow in move for Marco van Ginkel — Evening Standard
- Southampton U21 star Jordan Turnbull signs new deal — Premier League
- Juan Mata happy to stay at Chelsea despite ‘interest’ from Real Madrid — The Independent
- Aston Villa complete first phase of Hawk-Eye goalline technology in B6 — Aston Villa
- Inter Milan yet to move for Manchester City’s Micah Richards — Sky Sports
- Arsenal joined by Roma in battle for Gilbert Imbula — Evening Standard
- Video: Liverpool’s plan for £260m Anfield regeneration — BBC Sport
- Swansea fail to agree terms with Dwight Tiendalli — Sky Sports
- Agenda behind The Sun’s attack on police failures (including Hillsborough) — The Guardian
- Make ex-Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen England U21 boss — The Mail
- Canada announces Gold Cup roster — FOX Soccer News
- Brighton and Hove Albion set to name Oscar Garcia as Gus Poyet’s successor — The Independent
- Goalkeeper Luke Steele has agreed a new two-year deal at Barnsley — Sky Sports
- Why Millwall said no to QuickQuid — The Guardian
- Nottingham Forest announce Adidas kit deal — Football Shirt Culture
- Athletic Bilbao sign Beñat Etxebarria — Athletic Bilbao
- Lionel Messi reported to have paid additional €10m to Spanish taxman — The Guardian
- Why Real Madrid want to sign Tottenham target Paulinho — The Independent
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