Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Crouchie staying, Macca back in football...

Liverpool striker Peter Crouch has been assured he has a future at Anfield, despite the impending arrival of Fernando Torres from Atletico Madrid. (Various)

Liverpool have agreed to compensate Stockport after 14-year-old goalkeeper Ben Robinson quit the League Two club's school of excellence to move to Anfield in June. (The S*n)

Real Sociedad Mikel Alonso, who is the brother of Liverpool's Xabi Alonso, has joined Bolton at their pre-season training camp in Austria. (Daily Star)

Former Liverpool and Real Madrid midfielder Steve McManaman may be given a senior role at Birmingham if Carson Yeung's takeover bid succeeds. McManaman has been appointed to the board of Grandtop International Holdings, the company used by Hong Kong businessman Yeung as a vehicle for his buy-out proposal. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea have been told they will have to offer £20m if they are to have any chance of landing Sevilla full-back Daniel Alves. (Daily Mail)

West Ham will have two new arrivals by Next Friday as Maggnasson wants all but two players to be training with the team during pre–season. These two players are none other than Javier Saviola and John Arne Riise with Yossi Benayoun going to Liverpool with £4M. The last players to join up for pre-season will be Tevez and his Argentine cousin Juan Roman Riquelme. (Football

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