Friends Of Liverpool

With Liverpool heavily mentioned in several transfer moves in the transfer window, it is time to ask the question.
Why are we placing such small bids for Suarez and Charlie Adam?
Rumours were related that we had the money to spend this window by Tom Werner himself, telling us that Liverpool had money to spend, this transfer window and beyond.
However only bidding £12.7 million for Ajax forward and £4 million for Blackpool’s Charlie Adam smells like small cheese to me.
Come on Fenway, show your signs of intent as new owners of Liverpool Football Club and give the cash to Commoli to capture Suarez, offer them £20 million for the Uragyuan stiker, if that isn’t enough then, fair enough, walk away from the deal.
Blackpool’s Charlie Adam wants to join us Reds, but a £4 million offer is a joke, you are looking at an £8 to £10 million price for the player who would love to play for Liverpool.
Commolli get the finger out and put some real money up for these players.
Best of luck at your new club Ryan, well done on the Webb tweet!

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