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Said it a few times now, Liverpool imo are the best team in the league at selling players 

This guy will come with a number like £35m stuck next to him 

Same as gomez he is nowhere near fit enough let alone good enough to justify that kind of fee 

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Very impressive when fit.

Simply cannot be relied on to not miss four months for every six he's fit.

We won't be making this signing. It's Liverpool trying to raise funds.

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Aston Villa and West Ham have been put on red alert with Liverpool ready to sell Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, 28, has one year left on his current deal at Anfield and Liverpool will listen to offers for the England international. Villa boss Steven Gerrard is a long term admirer for the versatile midfielder who has 35 caps for England and still has a long career in front of him.

How insightful.

I really think it's time to expand the blacklist!

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The actual article doesn't really say that we want him as such, just that we and West Ham have been put on red alert and says that Gerrard is a long time admirer, but doesn't say that we're going to bid for him or are even interested, it's basically just a story about Liverpool selling him, the stuff about we and West Ham is speculative.

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20 minutes ago, villa4europe said:

Said it a few times now, Liverpool imo are the best team in the league at selling players 

This guy will come with a number like £35m stuck next to him 

Same as gomez he is nowhere near fit enough let alone good enough to justify that kind of fee 

How about if it was for a nominal fee, say £5m or under?

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