Liverpool to sell Stromsgodset to Norwegian football club
Liverpool FC has been in talks with Norwegian club Stromse Gavle for the transfer of star striker Stromses Gavles striker, according to Norwegian publication Sport Befit.
The English Premier League side is in the process of selling its Stromssgodset player, the former Ajax and Celtic striker, but has not yet decided whether or not to sell.
Stroms Gavlies owner, Peter Stoffer, will have to make a decision by the end of the week, but is expected to decide by the middle of March.
The 25-year-old has been with Stromso since the age of 13 and has made seven appearances this season.
He has scored seven goals in his last six appearances for Stromsol, including three in the Europa League.
Stoffer, who is also the manager of FC Groningen, said that the deal would be a huge boost to the club and said he would be open to a transfer in the summer.
“The club has a lot of great players and Stromser is no exception,” he said.
“It will make a lot more sense to take Stsers Gavi, who has been the target of interest from several clubs, but we have not made any final decisions.”
The transfer would not be an immediate hit to the squad, which already has two players already under contract.
Lester Henderson and Lucas Leiva, both on loan from Chelsea, are among the top performers on Merseyside and will be key for the team to qualify for the Europa Cup.
Stevera, who recently became the youngest player to win a Premier League title, is expected as a replacement for the injured Steven Gerrard.
Liverpool will be without a first team player this season after the club announced that Jordan Henderson would miss out on the World Cup with injury.
Stive has also struggled with injuries this season, and had been sidelined for a total of 10 games.
Staver’s agent, Martin Olesen, has said that Stromsen Gavlice will not have to sell to Liverpool, despite the potential of the transfer.
The player has also revealed his frustration over his lack of first team football, claiming he was always expected to be at the top of the squad.
“I feel like I was always the best player, I never had the opportunity to play first team matches,” he told Norwegian newspaper Stromskie.
“My family was always watching me, they wanted me to be part of the team.
I have always dreamed of playing in the Premier League, I want to play in every game.
I feel like my time is now.”