Liverpool are closing in on another summer signing, Bolton’s Gary Cahill, with a cash plus player deal imminent.
Cahill has been one of Liverpool’s long term targets this summer and after Cahill’s wonder goal against QPR on Saturday, it would seem that their interest is justified.
Liverpool have been in the search for another defender this summer, with the club finally finding a long term solution to their problematic left-back position in Jose Enrique.
Kenny Dalglish is prepared to offer £10m plus striker David Ngog and also young Raheem Sterling on a loan deal in what he hopes should seal the deal.
Dalglish faces stiff competition from Arsenal though as Arsene Wenger is cashed up from the sale of Fabregas, and possibly the sale of Samir Nasri, and would undoubtedly be able to offer more money to tempt the Wanderers into selling their prized asset.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle insists that Cahill is going nowhere, but if a suitable offer comes in he may be tempted to sell and reinvest before the transfer window closes.
Article courtesy of Jack Morrison from Clean Sheets All Round