Thursday’s LFC Transfer Round-Up

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Welcome to another day of transfer window madness! Here’s what the press say today…

Liverpool will announce the signing of Italian international forward Fabio Borini today. The fee is reported to be around £11m. (The Telegraph)

Maxi Rodriguez could be returning to Argentina with Newell’s Old Boys. A transfer that has been mentioned many times since January. Newell’s secretary said “We are waiting for news. There is ongoing contact and we have a deal agreed with him.” (Daily Mail)

Craig Bellamy could be surplus to requirements at Anfield if the Reds complete the signings of Borini and Dempsey and be allowed to rejoin Cardiff City (Various).

Sam Allardyce wants to make Andy Carroll a marquee signing ahead of his club’s return to the Barclays Premier League and West Ham are prepared to break their budget for the Liverpool No 9. (Daily Mail)

Fulham, Aston Villa and West Ham United are vying to sign Andy Carroll from Liverpool with AC Milan’s interest in the £35 million striker expected to be increased if Zlatan Ibrahimovic is sold to Paris Saint-Germain. (Telegraph)

Fulham could look to take Andy Carroll from Liverpool as part of any deal for Clint Dempsey. (Mirror)

Liverpool have cooled their interest in American forward Clint Dempsey, after baulking at Fulham’s £10 million asking price. (Mertro)

AC Milan’s interest in Carroll will now increase after they accepted PSG’s offer for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (Various)

Blackburn winger Junior Hoilett will join QPR this week. He had been scouted by Liverpool last season. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool have taken 18-year-old forward Amadou Diallo on trial, who is a free agent after leaving Monaco at the end of his contract last month. (Various)

Liverpool want to extend Luis Suarez‘s contract and increase his £80,000-a-week pay to be in line with the club’s highest earners. (Daily Mail)

Attacker José Callejón will not be leaving Real Madrid, his agent has stated. (Sky Sports)

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