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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Liverpool striker chased by Italian and pair of Premiership clubs

Peter Crouch may be moving on during the transfer window. Juventus, Manchester City and Portsmouth are both vying for the player’s services.

Portsmouth have expressed interest, as Harry Redknapp, who has already sold Peter Crouch twice, will make a third attempt to re-sign the striker as he continues to build a strong side at Portsmouth.

Sven Goran-Eriksson is also interested as the rumors persist that he will be handed a massive transfer kitty during the January window and it appears Crouch is tall on his list.

But Liverpool appear disinterested in selling the striker to another Premiership club and it’s been rumored that Juventus are interested in the striker to coming to Italy. Apparently Crouch is interested in the chance to play abroad.

Crouch has slipped to fourth choice at Liverpool and he is out of contract at the end of next season which means that Liverpool will look to sell sooner rather than later should they choose to let Crouch go.

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Anonymous For dignitys sake....not to city please said...

OH GOD NO ANYTHING BUT CROUCH

9/18/2007 11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'd prefer signing hitler over crouch

if he was just 6ft he wouldnt make it into the championship

RUBBISH

9/18/2007 11:51 AM  
Anonymous Marc said...

I would love to see Crouch go to the Italian league! It would be really interesting to see how he would get on over there.

I'm always interested to see English players go abroad and succeed, it doesn't happen enough in my opinion.

9/18/2007 1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What are you talking about - he'd be great at city, pick it up from midfield and drive forward - one two with Bianchi or elano and bang in the net! he's dangerous in the box aswell. I don't know why everyone slates him - look at his scoring record for england!

9/19/2007 10:05 AM  

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