Striker warns new teammate to give Merseyside the swerve.
Liverpool flop Iago Aspas has warned Sevilla youngster Alberto Moreno not to make the move to Anfield this summer following his own difficult spell at the club, according to the Daily Star.
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Aspas has joined Sevilla on a season-long loan and claims, despite being there less than a week, he already prefers life in Spain.
However, the Reds have recently been linked with a £20m move for his new teammate Alberto Moreno in recent weeks as boss Brendan Rodgers looks to boost competition for places in his left-back slot.
But Aspas believes that Moreno would struggle to make the same impact at Anfield as he would in Andalusia, and has carried a warning to the young Spanish international.
“Alberto Moreno would never feel like he does in Sevilla at Liverpool,” he said.
“I’ve been here for three or four days. Now that I belong to Sevilla, I prefer he stays here.”
Aspas has been rather vocal since making his exit from the Premier League side having previously claimed that FIFA treated striker Luis Suarez like a murderer following his bite on Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.
Aspas said: “There are murderers who pay less [for what they have done]. To not let him be presented [by Barcelona], to train or to enter the stadium is too much.”
The 26-year-old played just a handful of games for the Reds last term, scoring only once, and he now has the option of making his loan move a permanent one at the end of the season.
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