The residents of Liverpool will not lose any sleep over this international’s long-awaited departure!
On loan to German club Hertha Berlin, Liverpool’s Andriy Voronin is contemplating a permanent move to the club but does not want to take a wage cut.
The 29-year old Ukrainian is at a stage of his career where money is important.
“Of course money is very important,” Voronin told Bild.
“I am not a 20-year-old kid anymore, anyway I have a long career ahead of me.
“If Hertha want to keep me, an agreement is possible.
“The aim remains qualifying for the UEFA Cup, which would be a massive success. But of course everyone wants to play Champions League football.”
The forward the went on to share his comparisons of the English Premier League and the German Bundesliga.
“It is much slower and full of cry-babies compared to The Premier League. In Germany you can hear the whistle, but in England you are already bleeding.” (tribalfootball.com)
This Ukrainian arrived with a bang and his Anfield career is set to end with a whimper. Having attacked the city of Liverpool with comments about the state of the inhabitants of Merseyside, as well as questioning the quality of the education and healthcare, there was little for Rafa to do but to ease the striker out of the door. Thankfully for Benitez, it wasn’t just a case of the player shouting his mouth off, he was also woefully off-form and now the Spaniard must be hoping that Hertha put in a worthy bid so he can nip this in the bud. Apparently he could leave for around £4m, which seems like a decent price.
How long before we hear Andriy attack the state of the public transport in Berlin? Do any Liverpool fans think the club should keep hold of the loudmouth?