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Juventus midfielder Felipe Melo is angry over reports linking him with a swap for Liverpool star Raul Meireles.
The defensively-minded Brazilian has been linked with Arsenal in the past, but he is disappointed at suggestions he could be a makeweight in any Meireles move.
“Let us say that Juve are not respecting me, or at least that’s the impression I get,” he told the Daily Mirror.
“I’m not just anyone. I’m not a bargaining chip to be used.”
It would appear that 27 year old tough tackler Felipe Melo’s unhappiness about a proposed move to Liverpool is more in relation to his being used as a make weight rather than any issue with moving to Anfield in general. The hugely experienced defensive midfielder has had a few run-ins with team-mates and management at Juventus since his move to Turin in June 2009.
Kenny Dalglish may well be looking to add more steel to his midfield and at present relies very heavily on the hugely improved Brazilian Lucas and if indeed the Merseyside club does want to sell Raul Meireles, which would be strange given his fine performances last season, then perhaps a swap deal would suit all parties.
Liverpool are reportedly set to conduct something of a clear-out this summer to help make way for new additions with the likes of Paul Konchesky, Christian Poulsen, David N’Gog, Joe Cole and Milan Jovanovic reportedly set to leave the club as they look to improve their squad ahead of an assault on the top four next term.
Having already financed deals to sign Luis Suarez, Andy Carroll and Jordan Henderson the club’s American owners have proved they are willing to shell out big sums to help Dalglish in his goal to put Liverpool back on the footballing map after a couple of years in the wilderness.
Melo may well suit a move to the Premier League where his no nonsense approach may not be greeted with quite as much in the way of cautions and sendings off as he has seen in Serie A.