Anfield ready for Emirates, Eastlands and San Siro offers for despairing trio.
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Liverpool are preparing themselves for an influx of bids for their top performers in the event that the club falls further from grace and finds itself in an unaccustomed position of having to fight a relegation battle that may ensue if the club is handed a nine point penalty for entering administration.
Arsenal are reportedly ready to reignite interest in Anfield keeper Pepe Reina, whilst Man City still harbour hopes of snaring unhappy Spaniard Fernando Torres whilst AC Milan are eyeing up a big money move for Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.
The Merseyside club had looked like they were about to be saved by the New England Sporting Ventures offer for the club but co-owner Tom Hicks is refusing to budge leaving the club on the edge of a dangerous precipice as they prepare for a court case to resolve ownership issues.
Arsene Wenger had already reportedly made an offer in the region of £15m for the consistently performing Spanish international and the need for the Gunners to replace Manuel Almunia is ever more pressing after further errors from the Emirates number one. The Arsenal boss is apparently not convinced that Lukasz Fabianski is viable number one material hence a renewed attempt to snap up the 28 year old Pepe Reina.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini still has ambitions of snapping up Liverpool goal machine Fernando Torres and will push ever harder to achieve what seems an unlikely goal and hopes that the promise of the club’s potential title aspirations as well as a healthy pay rise may make the former Atletico Madrid man consider a move to Eastlands. A move that would cost the cash rich club in excess of £50m to complete.
New AC Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is known to be a huge admirer of England man Steven Gerrard and will also attempt to lure an Anfield star to the club should things get even worse at the club. It is thought that the club may look to secure funds to make a significant bid for the 30 year old Whiston Wonder and the Serie A side may believe that after 13 seasons at the club he may consider a new challenge and if so would only leave Liverpool for a move abroad.
Roy Hodgson will hope to fight off any interest resulting into actual sales but he will know that if the club does face a nine point penalty then things could get a hell of a lot worse than they currently are. Many supporters had probably wondered if it was possible to despise Tom Hicks any more than they already did, well it seems that hatred for the American has in fact sunken to depths hitherto thought unimaginable.