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Espanyol offer Liverpool misfit an escape route:

According to The Mirror,

Liverpool misfit ­Christian Poulson is wanted on loan by ­Spanish side Espanyol.

Poulson was dropped from the Danish squad earlier this week because of a lack of match action at Anfield. And Espanyol are ready to give him a chance to get some games by solving their problem position at the heart of their midfield.

Poulson was signed up by Roy Hodgson from Juventus a year ago but has spent most of his time on the sidelines.

Kenny Dalglish has made it clear the midfielder has no part in his plans and the Reds would be happy to get his wages off their books before the transfer window closes.

Poulson, 31, has a good reputation in Spain having helped Seville win the Uefa Cup in 2007.
Somehow, it just has not worked out for the Dane at Anfield, since being signed by Roy Hodgson last year, when played he has always looked slow and off the pace of play.

I would let Poulsen go on a free-transfer as we just want to see him move on to another club with the minimum fuss.

The squad revamping continues apace under Kenny and Comolli.


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