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Startbeitrag von sven am 03.01.2006 12:22

hier ein neues gerücht.weiß nicht was ich dazu sagen soll....bin nicht grad dafür.auch wenns vllt ein vielversprechender mann wäre:

Academica defender Ze Castro is aware of interest from Liverpool but is refusing to discuss his future at any great length.

The youngster is wanted by Liverpool, Parma and Marseille as he will be a free agent in the summer.

After suggesting he will not be signing fresh terms with Academica, the Portugal Under-21 international is waiting to see which offers materialise.

"I have knowledge of that," he told O Jogo when quizzed on Liverpool's interest. "But there is nothing already determined because I have time for reflection and to define my future."

The 22-year-old is willing to leave Coimbra in order to raise his profile and a switch to Anfield would surely be an attractive proposition.

Reds chief Rafa Benitez recently admitted having "four or five" centre backs on his list of targets for the New Year as he looks to beef up his squad.

Antworten:

1. wieviel threads zum thema transfers wollt ihr noch aufmachen?? haben doch erst ein neues aufgemacht!

2. bin auch nich dafür!

von Marcio - am 03.01.2006 18:31
der alte thread war zu unübersichtlich!
der neue ging über josemi Kromkamp.und ich finde da solte man nicht alles reinquetschen

von sven - am 03.01.2006 20:48
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das wär ma geil.der junge hat talent.junger u21 nationalspieler ENGLANDS.
aber wird zu 99 % eh nix draus

von sven - am 04.01.2006 16:56
und was ich mit dem kerl hier anfangen soll weiß ich ehrlich gesagt nicht.ob er bei uns was bringen würde?bezweifle es:

Zitat

Liverpool are the latest side to be linked with an interest in Parma midfielder Marco Marchionni.

The talented midfield man is out of contract with the Gialloblu at the end of the season, and they could be ready to cash in on him in January to avoid losing him for nothing.

Serie A sides Juventus, Internazionale and Fiorentina are all studying Marchionni's situation, with all three hoping to wait until the summer to make their move.

Marchionni himself is thought to favour a move to an Italian outfit, and is also keen to see out the season at Parma.

However, a move to the current European champions could prove to be too big to turn down, if Rafa Benitez presses ahead with his interest.

Marchionni has made his name with some eye-catching displays at Parma, but the club are sure to lose him, with the main question now being when and where he moves.


von sven - am 04.01.2006 16:57
jerome gerne,aber marchionni, nein danke

von Marcio - am 04.01.2006 22:39
gegen marchionni hät ich aber auch nix zu sagen...also würde schon dazupassen find ich

von SebastianH - am 07.01.2006 23:48

Anfield bound Agger jets in

Laut ner norwegischen Liverpool-Fansite, die sich auf das Liverpool Echo beziehen, wird das LE verkünden, dass wir uns mit Bröndby auf ne Ablöse von 5,8 Mio. Pfund für Agger geeinigt haben und er nur noch sein Medical in Melwood zu absolvieren hat, ehe der Transfer fix ist... :spos:

Edit: Kaum poste ich das Gerücht, ist auch die offizielle Meldung des Echo im Inet zu lesen... ;)

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von stoa - am 11.01.2006 12:18

Re: Anfield bound Agger jets in

dann hoffe ich mal dass es stimmt.in den letzten tagen war nämlich zu lesen dass sich u.a. auch juve einschalten will...

von sven - am 11.01.2006 13:06

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tja,dann wars wohl zu spät für juve

von Marcio - am 11.01.2006 13:49

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abwarten.lfc hat noch nichts berichtet.und bevor die das nicht tun mach ich nichts

von sven - am 11.01.2006 13:58

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aba das klingt doch schon sehr nach nem wechsel...wenn er sogar schon in liverpool is!

von Marcio - am 11.01.2006 14:43

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es waren schon ganz andere (angeblich) in liverpool.simao war es echt.
kuijt war ja angeblich mit parry essen....und so weiter....heißt leider noch nichts

von sven - am 11.01.2006 14:45

Re: Anfield bound Agger jets in

Naja, aber das Liverpool Echo ist nicht so nen dahergelaufenes Schmierblatt sondern hat recht gute Connections nach Anfield. Von daher isses sicher ne solide Geschichte. Fix bei uns ist er erst, wenn er unterschrieben hat, aber dass uns noch wer anders reinpfuscht halte ich für ziemlich ausgeschlossen, wenn wir mit Spieler und Verein einig sind. Da müsste schon was beim Medical dazwischenkommen oder sonst irgendwas passieren...



von stoa - am 11.01.2006 14:51

Re: Anfield bound Agger jets in

Seh ich auch so.

Laut [news.bbc.co.uk] ist er in Liverpool, um die Terms zu diskutieren, und nicht im Trainigslager von Bröndby. D.h. die Vereine sind sich einig.

von ralfinho - am 11.01.2006 15:21

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ich glaube da auch dran.aber bevor nichts perfekt ist ....wisst ja wie es mit simao ausgegangen ist.

von sven - am 11.01.2006 15:38

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jetzt scheint nahe dem vollzug zu sein.auch rafa sagt was darüber:



Liverpool have agreed a deal with Brondby for Daniel Agger, with the defender on Merseyside to undergo a medical.

The European champions have held a long-term interest in the Denmark international as Rafa Benitez looks to add a centre half to his squad.

Benitez has now advanced that admiration after The Reds agreed a deal in principle with Agger's club Brondby.

It is rumoured that Liverpool will stump up £5.8 million for the defender, who played against England in a friendly at the start of the season.

The finishing touches are being put to the transfer and Benitez outlined how long he has been tracking the 21-year-old.

"Daniel is a player we have been following for a long time," Benitez told the Liverpool Echo.

"We first spoke to Brondby about the player when we were in Monaco playing the Super Cup final. At that time, their chairman said he wasn't for sale.

"We've been told he's one of the best centre halves in Denmark for 20 years. A lot of scouts have spoken highly of him and there has been lots of interest from other clubs.

"People will remember he played particularly well in an international against England earlier this season. We'd already watched and asked about the player before then.

"That match surprised a lot of people, but it confirmed to us he could play at a particularly high level, which is why we've continued to follow him."

Agger has missed Brondby's training camp in Spain to complete his switch to Anfield, with Benitez enthusing over his impending recruit.

"He will be an option for the first team within a short space of time," added Benitez. "First he will need to improve his physical condition, but then he will put both Sami and Carra under pressure for their place. This is an area where we've had no competition until now.

"He can't play in the Champions League, but when you sign a player who's only 21-years-old, he is for the future of the club, not for a competition in which we have a maximum of seven games left."

Liverpool's deal for Agger is likely to disappoint another Premiership club - believed to be Tottenham - who were also chasing the stopper.

Brondby director Per Bjerregaard told TV2: "It is correct that at least two Premier League clubs are interested in Agger.

"But who it is, I don't want to reveal."

von sven - am 11.01.2006 16:24

Re: Anfield bound Agger jets in

Liverpool close to Agger signing

[news.bbc.co.uk]



von Oliver Kahles - am 11.01.2006 22:07

REDS COMPLETE AGGER DEAL

Jetzt isses also fix... Sehr schön... :spos:

Zitat

REDS COMPLETE AGGER DEAL
Paul Eaton 12 January 2006

Rafael Benitez's search for a new centre half is over after the Reds today confirmed the signing of Daniel Agger from Brondby on a four and a half year contract.
The highly rated Danish defender becomes Benitez's second major signing of the transfer window after Jan Kromkamp's arrival last week.

The 21 year old centre back completed his medical yesterday and officially put pen to paper on his new Liverpool contract this morning. He will wear squad number 5 at Anfield.

Agger will train with his new team-mates at Melwood today as the Reds prepare for Saturday's Premiership clash with Tottenham.

Benitez has been trailing Agger for some time and is confident the player will put immediate pressure on Jamie Carragher and Sami Hyypia for a place in the first team.

"Daniel is a player we have been following for a long time," revealed Benitez.

"We first spoke to Brondby about the player when we were in Monaco playing the Super Cup final. At that time, their chairman said he wasn't for sale.

"We scouted Daniel for a long time but then he picked up an injury. When he returned to fitness we watched his first game back and we knew he was at the kind of level we require, even though he played only 25 minutes.

"We've been told he's one of the best centre-halves in Denmark for 20 years. A lot of scouts have spoken highly of him and there has been lots of interest from other clubs.

"People will remember he played particularly well in an international against England earlier this season. We'd already watched and asked about the player before then.

"That match surprised a lot of people, but it confirmed to us he could play at a particularly high level, which is why we've continued to follow him."

So what qualities does Benitez feel Agger will bring to his side?

"I wouldn't say he was a particularly aggressive style of player," he replied.

"I think he is a very clever type of defender. His positional sense is very good, for example, and he reads the game well. Ofcourse, there are areas he needs to improve, but he is young and we will help him.

"He will be an option for the first team within a short space of time. First he will need to improve his physical condition but then he will put both Sami and Carra under pressure for their place. This is an area where we've had no competition until now.

"He can't play in the Champions League, but when you sign a player who's only 21 years old, he is for the future of the club, not for a competition in which we have a maximum of seven games left.

"If we have to play seven more games in Europe without players who are cup-tied, it will be a welcome problem."

Look out for the first interview with Daniel Agger on Liverpoolfc.tv later today.

[www.liverpoolfc.tv]




von stoa - am 12.01.2006 10:52

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na das ist doch mal ne gute nachricht.freue mich sehr

von sven - am 12.01.2006 11:43

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ich lass mich wie schon bei kromkamp überraschen ob rafa und seine scouts wieder ein glückliches händchen bewiesen haben denn mir persönlich sagte agger bisher gar nichts. ist mir weder bei bröndby noch in der nationalmannschaft aufgefallen.
warten wir mal den abend ab denn dann soll das erste interview in der
e-season-zone verfügbar sein.

AGGER'S DELIGHT AT ANFIELD MOVE
New Liverpool signing Daniel Agger today spoke of his delight at finally completing his transfer from Brondby and admitted he can't wait to pull on the famous red shirt for the first time.
The 21-year Dane trained with his new team-mates for the first time at Melwood this morning before speaking exclusively to Liverpoolfc.tv about his move.

"It's perfect," he says. "Moving to one of the world's biggest clubs is just amazing. Despite reported interested from other clubs Liverpool was always my number choice. It's a great club and I did not need much persuading to sign for them.

"I know and have heard a lot of great things about Liverpool but the fact they won the Champions League last season is all I needed to know. I know about the players, the coach and the fans.

"I'm settling in well so far. The training ground is great - I've never seen anything like it. I've not yet been on the Anfield pitch but I know all about the famous Anfield atmosphere and the Kop."

"It's all really exciting. I am looking forward to my career here and I can't wait to play."

Despite being described as the best defender to come from Denmark in 20 years, Agger acknowledges that he faces a tough task dislodging either Jamie Carragher or Sami Hyypia from the heart of the Liverpool defence but insists he it's a challenge he will relish and one that he can benefit from.

"I met them this morning and they seem like very nice guys. I have a lot of respect for Jamie and Sami, they are great players but I am ready to fight for my place," he adds.

"Of course there are a lot of areas of my game that I can improve on and I hope by being here at Liverpool I can learn from the many talented players I now have around me.

"I have not played for three months so I need to build up my physical strength and it's up to the coach when I will play."



von Oliver Kahles - am 12.01.2006 13:33

RAFA: AGGER WAS OUR TOP TARGET

Rafael Benitez today welcomed Daniel Agger to Anfield and insisted: "He was always our first choice."
Agger signed a four and a half year contract with the Reds this morning before training with his new team-mates at Melwood. He will officially be unveiled to the media this afternoon.

Benitez is delighted with his latest acquisition and reveals it was Agger's hunger to join the Reds which convinced him he was the right man for the club.

"By the time the January window opened, Daniel was our first choice." said Benitez.

"Apart from his quality, one of the main reasons we knew he was the right player was because when we spoke, we could tell how much he wanted to come to Liverpool. This is important to me.

"Sometimes when you talk to an agent or meet a player, you can tell if they're really interested in joining your club or not. I can see Daniel is hungry and extremely happy because he's been given the chance to play for Liverpool."



von Oliver Kahles - am 12.01.2006 13:34

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Ich persönlich halte sehr viel von Abwehrspielern aus Nordeuropa. Sie sind sehr anpassungsfähig, die meisten haben mit der englischen Sprache keine größeren Probleme und ihre Spielweise paßt 100%ig in die Premier League. Hauptsächlich ihre Kopfballstärke und Physis zeichnet sie aus. Auch was Verletzungen angeht, sind diese Kerle doch sehr robust. Freu mich auf unsere Neuzugänge!

von GerRed (Lothar) - am 12.01.2006 14:12

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auch martins transfer is perfekt:


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von sven - am 12.01.2006 15:22

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GEIL GEIL und nochmal GEIL! freu mich sehr über agger,die ablöse is aba deftig...
aber zu was noch ein TW...wir haben reina,carson und NOCH dudek...man kann auch mal aus der eigenen jugend schöpfen...

von Marcio - am 12.01.2006 15:36

Re: REDS COMPLETE AGGER DEAL

ich freue mich auch, dass es mit dem transfer von agger geklappt hat. bin schon auf seinen ersten einsatz und dem damit verbundenen ersten eindruck gespannt!



von Lui_90 - am 12.01.2006 16:06
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