Liverpool News: Superstar Ronaldinho and Suarez Linked, Jovanovic to Leave

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Liverpool News: Superstar Ronaldinho and Suarez Linked, Jovanovic to Leave
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Ronaldinho heading to Liverpool for golden sunset of his career?

Christmas does not bring only happy days and fond memories for families and people in general, it also brings the final chance for the football clubs to add last pieces of jigsaw in a bid to strengthen the club for final part of the season.

Liverpool, being no different to other clubs, are looking to add some fire power to aid Fernando Torres up front, who just became the father of a second child, Leo.

Brazilian Superstar Ronaldinho to Anfield

The 30-year-old Brazilian is perhaps the one player on the planet who doesn't need any introduction. Newspapers in Italy claim the move to Mersey side club is on the call and will all depend on the personal terms.

Ronni, as fans call him, FIFA player of the year in both 2004 and 2005 and winner of Ballon d'Or in 2005, is famous for his football tricks and dribbling skills, but is arguably out of his peak now.

'Dinho's current contract expires in summer 2011 and will be available on a free transfer, should Liverpool opt to land the midfielder next season or on a cheap transfer fee in January.

If the player can lower his wage demands, currently at about £six million a year, Liverpool may benefit from his signatures. 

The Milan midfielder may be that big name signing the club needs to buzz Anfield and make a strong statement that they can still attract high profile players.

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The Uruguayan international currently play for Ajax and at 23 years old is the captain of the team.

Following Martin Jol's departure this week, the player has reportedly instructed his agents to start talks between Ajax and future suitors including Liverpool and Spurs.

Arsenal and Spurs have been linked with the player and reports in Netherlands claim the player prefers a move to the Anfield outfit to partner Spanish superstar Fernando Torres.

Apart from the goal scoring talents, Suarez is infamous for his intentional handball in FIFA World Cup this year against Ghana and became the most hated player overnight.   

Another piece of the player's volatile nature comprises of his club banning him for biting an opponent in a league match against PSV Eindhoven.

The South American would cost around £18 million as the reports say.

He could play as out-to-out striker and also off the striker in a supporting role. The player is best known for his movement off the ball and pace.

Jovanovic to leave Anfield for Trabzonspor

The Turkish outfit are understood to provide an escape route to the out-of-flavour Serbian international from Liverpool.

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In past, the player and his agent have been issuing statements regarding his future following his inability to make to the first team in the Premier league games.

Trabzonspor are reported to be impressed by the player, following his spell at Standard Leige and World Cup form and are set to offer a deal for the underutilised player.

Liverpool signed Jova on a free transfer in summer 2010, but the player has only started in four games in premier league and only scored two goals against Division Two side Northamptown and Steaue Bucharest in Europa League.

Other News

Liverpool have finally offloaded the controversial goal keeper Charles Itandje to Greek side Atromitos. The 'keeper became a hated figure and banned for his controversial disrespectful behaviour at the Hillsborough service in 2009.

French newspaper L'Equipe suggests Rennes will sell the right back Rod Fanni to Liverpool in few days time for £two million.

Do you think Liverpool could get the best out of Ronaldinho and make a symbiotic relationship or would he be the waste of wages?

Can Luis Suarez provide that much needed support to Torres or Liverpool should avoid volatile and controversial players?

Please provide your feedback in the comments below.

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