LIVERPOOL AIMED THE ‘CROATIAN XAVI’ FROM SERIE A!
Liverpool have entered the race for signing the highly-rated Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.
Jurgen Klopp is unhappy with current central midfielders and planning to make a January move for Dynamo Zagreb creative star, who is currently out on loan to Inter Milan.
Brozovic’s agent, Miroslav Bicanic, has regularly touted his client for a move to a major European league, with Liverpool taking their place alongside the likes of Everton, Arsenal and Valencia as possible suitors he has put forth. It’s believed that Inter Milan will seek a fee of 15 million euros if Brozovic is to leave during the January transfer window.
Despite being only 22, Brozovic has already racked up close to 150 appearances for club and country. He passes the ball crisply and accurately over short distances and occasionally picks some nice, longer diagonals to the flanks. The majority of his passing, however, is safe and secure, with little risked or gained. He rarely displays much creativity in his choices.
The 5 ft 11 in player has joined Nerazzurri this summer and clearly failed to make an impact – made just 7 appearances without a goal and assist.
Manchester City’s Serbian left back
Aleksander Kolarov is one of the most highly ranked left back in Premier League. After an brilliant defending skills and fabulous performances in Serie A team Lazio, Serbia International aproached on Manchester City transfer radar.
On 24 July 2010 it was announced that he had signed for Manchester City for £16 million, and played 24 Premier League game on that season. arrival of Gaël Clichy to the club marginalized Kolarov’s role in the squad and he saw his first team opportunities greatly reduced. He ended that season with 12 league appearances, enough for a medal, as Manchester City won the 2011-12 Premier League in dramatic circumstances against QPR on the last day of the season.
On 11 May 2014 , he won his second Premier League trophy with Manchester City after making 30 appearances in the league, and 44 in all competitions. Colarov tried all his best and secure the position in Manchester City’s defense line,signed a new three-year deal with Manchester City, keeping him at the club until 2018.
Arsene Wenger eyeing Naser Aliji
Premier League Giants Arsenal are keen on to sign FC Basel 22 years old defender Naser Aliji who has been one of the best defenders in Europe he made his debut for the Albania national team in 2015 and help them to qualify for EURO 2016.
Arsene Wenger has been monitoring him for a long time and and know he is ready to make a move for him and sign in January.
Last season he was loaned out to the fellow Swiss Super League team FC Vaduz where he played a Key role and after returning to his parent club he become a starter.
During the loan spell in Vaduz until the end of the league season Aliji played 17 matches all as a starter and substituted off in just one occasion.
Arsenal have defenders injured and Naser will be an ideal addition for Arsene Wengers squad.