Liverpool’s Luis Alberto successfully completes medical ahead of move to Malaga
Liverpool forward Luis Alberto is set to make a season long to Malaga according to ESPN, after successfully completing his medical with the La Liga outfit. Alberto moved to Liverpool for a fee of £6.8m last summer as Brendan Rodgers opted to scour the depths of Spain for talented youngsters, but likewise with fellow forward [...]The post Liverpool’s Luis Alberto successfully completes medical ahead of move to Malaga appeared first on Squawka News.
Reports: Malaga to pay £1 million to take Liverpool’s Luis Alberto on loan
Reports suggest that Liverpool are willing to let Luis Alberto leave the club and have lined up a loan move to Malaga for the midfielder. The Daily Star believe that Liverpool still see a long term future at the club for the central-midfield player, but will let him leave in the short term and that [...]The post Reports: Malaga to pay £1 million to take Liverpool’s Luis Alberto on loan appeared first on Squawka News.
Rumour: Luis Alberto set to depart Liverpool for Malaga, deal could be done this week
Liverpool look increasingly likely to move the disappointing Luis Alberto to Malaga this summer, with negotiations between the two clubs set to accelerate next week, according to AS. Alberto struggled for appearances during his debut year with Liverpoo...
Rumour: Luis Alberto set to leave Liverpool to join Malaga on loan
Luis Alberto’s stint on Merseyside looks like it could be over already according to the Daily Mail, with the Spanish youngster looking set to leave Liverpool in a loan deal to return to his homeland, with Malaga set to snap him up on a season-long deal. Alberto only signed for the club last summer in [...]The post Reports: Luis Alberto set to leave Liverpool to join Malaga on loan appeared first on Squawka News.
Warrior Football marked the Bangkok-leg of Liverpool FC's pre-season tour by unveiling a customised Warrior LFC tuk tuk designed by members of the local supporters' club. Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling, Philippe Coutinho and Luis Alberto all got up ...