Friends Of Liverpool

Rumours today that Gylfi Sigurdsson has abandoned a move to Liverpool in favour of Managerless Tottenham.

It was believed that Brendan Rodgers former player at Swansea was in talks with Liverpool with a view to joining the Merseysiders,
but that deal now appears to have gone sour.
German newspaper Bild claims the managerless North Londoners have lined up an £8million deal for the 22-year-old Iceland international.

The former Reading midfielder scored seven goals in 19 games for Swansea last term and was named the Premier League player of the month for March.

Obviously not a player of much loyalty or principle then, the young Icelandic midfielder.
He had agreed a £6.8 million deal with Swansea until Rodgers left to join Liverpool.

He then began serious discussions with Liverpool about wages etc.

Now, if widespread reports are to be believed, he has turned his back on Swansea and Liverpool to join Spurs.

Off you go lad, we only sign players who are desperate to do their best for Liverpool, not some indecisive footballers who have their noses turned far too easily by other clubs.

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