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Glad to see were not locked any more :o . I'm not to happy with the first rumour , but the second one sounds good.

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez says he would be happy with his squad - if West Ham midfielder Yossi Benayoun becomes his final signing of the summer. (Daily Star) Though Benitez has actually made a bid of about £6.75m for highly-rated Dutch Under-21 international winger Ryal Babel . (The Independent)

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Glad to see were not locked any more :D . I'm not to happy with the first rumour , but the second one sounds good.

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez says he would be happy with his squad - if West Ham midfielder Yossi Benayoun becomes his final signing of the summer. (Daily Star) Though Benitez has actually made a bid of about £6.75m for highly-rated Dutch Under-21 international winger Ryal Babel . (The Independent)

But we're not happy with the peanuts offered. Why is it that Liverpool always try and get players on the cheap? Not like you're skint or anything.

Benitez has come in and unsettled the player, exposed his lack of comittment to West Ham and left us with someone who doesnt wan't to play for us and may well have to go to Liverpool, or somewhere, for less than his market value. :o

If it was up to me I'd tell Benitez to stick it - in fact West Ham already have in so many words - and sell him on elsewhere. :D

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Glad to see were not locked any more :D . I'm not to happy with the first rumour , but the second one sounds good.

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez says he would be happy with his squad - if West Ham midfielder Yossi Benayoun becomes his final signing of the summer. (Daily Star) Though Benitez has actually made a bid of about £6.75m for highly-rated Dutch Under-21 international winger Ryal Babel . (The Independent)

But we're not happy with the peanuts offered. Why is it that Liverpool always try and get players on the cheap? Not like you're skint or anything.

Benitez has come in and unsettled the player, exposed his lack of comittment to West Ham and left us with someone who doesnt wan't to play for us and may well have to go to Liverpool, or somewhere, for less than his market value. :o

If it was up to me I'd tell Benitez to stick it - in fact West Ham already have in so many words - and sell him on elsewhere. :D

Oh, I am hoping so that one of the two signins would be Quaresma.

And hey, we gave you Bellamy on the cheap. :D

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Glad to see were not locked any more :bah: . I'm not to happy with the first rumour , but the second one sounds good.

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez says he would be happy with his squad - if West Ham midfielder Yossi Benayoun becomes his final signing of the summer. (Daily Star) Though Benitez has actually made a bid of about £6.75m for highly-rated Dutch Under-21 international winger Ryal Babel . (The Independent)

But we're not happy with the peanuts offered. Why is it that Liverpool always try and get players on the cheap? Not like you're skint or anything.

Benitez has come in and unsettled the player, exposed his lack of comittment to West Ham and left us with someone who doesnt wan't to play for us and may well have to go to Liverpool, or somewhere, for less than his market value. :D

If it was up to me I'd tell Benitez to stick it - in fact West Ham already have in so many words - and sell him on elsewhere. :D

Oh, I am hoping so that one of the two signins would be Quaresma.

And hey, we gave you Bellamy on the cheap. :D

And that's another thing, you always sell us <deleted> players. :D:o

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Glad to see were not locked any more :bah: . I'm not to happy with the first rumour , but the second one sounds good.

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez says he would be happy with his squad - if West Ham midfielder Yossi Benayoun becomes his final signing of the summer. (Daily Star) Though Benitez has actually made a bid of about £6.75m for highly-rated Dutch Under-21 international winger Ryal Babel . (The Independent)

But we're not happy with the peanuts offered. Why is it that Liverpool always try and get players on the cheap? Not like you're skint or anything.

Benitez has come in and unsettled the player, exposed his lack of comittment to West Ham and left us with someone who doesnt wan't to play for us and may well have to go to Liverpool, or somewhere, for less than his market value. :D

If it was up to me I'd tell Benitez to stick it - in fact West Ham already have in so many words - and sell him on elsewhere. :D

Oh, I am hoping so that one of the two signins would be Quaresma.

And hey, we gave you Bellamy on the cheap. :D

And that's another thing, you always sell us <deleted> players. :D:o

If your soft enough to take them then why not :bah::o;) .

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I watched the under 21 euro semi final England v Holland ( we lost 84-83 on pens :o ) and this boy had a screamer.

Babel will cost Liverpool £13.5m _42481682_babel203.jpg Babel impressed for Holland in the European Under-21 ChampionshipLiverpool will have to pay £13.5m for 20-year-old Ajax winger Ryan Babel.

Ajax technical director Martin van Geel says talks have taken place between the two clubs, but no fee has been agreed.

"Liverpool are willing to pay a huge sum for Ryan," he said. "We have told them what we want, and that's 20m euros (£13.5m). That is our price."

Reports have suggested that Liverpool have made an improved bid after an initial £10m offer was rejected by the famed Dutch club.

"We would like to see Babel play here next season, it's not for nothing that we have extended his contract until June 2010," added Van Geel.

"But if these kind of clubs want to pay us these figures it says something.

"We will see if we can reach a deal in the coming days."

o.gif606: DEBATE I'm surprised he's coming to us, I thought he would go to Arsenal

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Babel helped Holland win the European Under-21 Championship this summer and had been linked with a move to Arsenal.

But the Reds appear to have stolen a march over their Premiership rivals and Babel said: "I had heard that there were some stories on the internet but that happens quite often.

"Liverpool's interest is serious news to me.

"I haven't thought about a transfer for a minute, I will do that soon though. That such a big club is interested is of course very nice."

BBC Five Live Sport football correspondent Jonathan Legard has been told a deal could go through on Wednesday after Craig Bellamy's £7.5m switch from the Reds to West Ham was confirmed.

o.gifIt must not be that Ryan needs to fight with eight strikers for two positions - We must also look at the development of Ryan

Ryan Babel's agent Winnie Haatrecht

He revealed: "Babel was strongly linked to Arsenal but Liverpool have made their move and it seems they will use the money from Craig Bellamy's move to West Ham to bring in one of Europe's finest young talents."

Liverpool boss Benitez signed striker Fernando Torres from Atletico Madrid last week and admitted he was looking to sign wide players to help supply his new acquisition.

Babel made 27 Eredivisie appearances for Ajax last season, scoring five goals. But Babel's agent Winnie Haatrecht has issued a note of caution as he considered any possible impact a move may have on the winger's career. "The route is very clear," said Haatrecht. "First Liverpool and Ajax need to get an agreement about a transfer, that's step one.

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Glad to see were not locked any more :D

Yeah, what happened there SM :o

We still dont know Mr. b , lets just hope a manc ( the other half :D ) doesnt become the new mod otherwise I could see us becoming locked a lot more :bah::D:bah::D .

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With signing Babel I assume that this is the end of the Yossi saga as far as Liverpool are concened? :o

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Actually HH, we're still after your boy. I'd rather have Quaresma over Benayoun though.

Liverpool close in on Babel and Benayoun

Jul 10 2007 by Chris Bascombe, Liverpool Echo

LIVERPOOL hope to tie up their double swoop for Ryan Babel and Yossi Benayoun within the next 24 hours.

Negotiations for the pair have entered a key stage, with the Reds increasingly confident of reaching agreement with Ajax and West Ham.

The arrival of 20-year-old attacker Babel appears more of a formality, with the player determined to complete the switch to Anfield for a fee likely to be around £10m.

Benayoun has also informed his club he’s made up his mind to join the Reds, but talks with West Ham have proceeded delicately from the outset with the valuation of the player a sticking piont.

Progress was made during another day of tough negotiations yesterday, and it’s hoped the deadlock will be broken today.

West Ham want £6m for the Israeli international.

Meanwhile, Rafa Benitez says Jamie Carragher’s decision on his international future should be respected by the whole country.

Carragher will speak to Steve McClaren again before the next international with Germany on August 22.

“In any situation like this we need to think about what’s best for the player, the club and the country,” said Benitez, who today completed the £7.5 million sale of Craig Bellamy to West Ham.

“If the player is physically and mentally fit to play in every game, it’s naturally better for his career and the country or club he’s playing for.

“That’s what Carra is thinking about because I know he is someone who never gives less than 100 per cent.

“Everyone knows he is a fantastic professional who wants to perform at the very best level possible in every game he plays.

“We must all respect any decision he makes, because it is certain he is thinking about what’s good for everyone.”

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Actually HH, we're still after your boy. I'd rather have Quaresma over Benayoun though.

Just wondered as Babel and Benayoun seem like very similar players.

Still , cough up the £10 million and he's yours :o

This made me laugh, from a BBC websiite:

It is now becoming clear that West Ham will get away with the one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in sporting history. Maradona's hand of god has nothing on this tawdry and stomach churning business.

Now that the discredited Premier League have allowed those crooks from Upton Park to get away with ripping up the rule book and enjoying a £50m windfall for just a £5.5m fine I think that the ordinary fan should show West Ham and the premier league just how much they disaprove of this disgraceful situation by taking collective action.

I would suggest that opposing fans at every West Ham match should stand up and turn their back on the West Ham team as they run out and during the warm up and until the game starts. During the time they have their backs turned they should boo/hiss as loud as they can to show the West Ham Criminals that football will not accept their deception.

This is my suggestion but please comment on what you believe would be an appropriate show of anger and i will collate the best and rally the fans into action.

Please get behind this football needs to show that decency prevails through this murky seedy business underworld that is affecting our game right now. As a postcript to the article I am not a Sheffield United Fan

I follow the mighty Reds of Liverpool a club that has always conducted themselves with honour in sometimes difficult circumstances and my suggestion is to show that all real football fans deserve and demand fair play off the pitch as well as on.

:D Well stop tapping-up our players then :D

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As a postcript to the article I am not a Sheffield United Fan

Liar!!

Oh and one more thing to spoil your night/evening.

Reds agree Benayoun transfer fee

Benayoun has been at West Ham for two seasons

Liverpool have agreed a fee with West Ham for Yossi Benayoun, according to the Israeli international's agent.

BBC Sport understands a £4m transfer will be finalised for the 25-year-old West Ham midfielder on Wednesday.

Agent Ronen Katzav said: "Everybody would be happy to play for Liverpool. West Ham will always be in his heart but he is looking to move up a level."

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez said: "It's clear he'd like to come and he's a player I like."

Benayoun, Israel's national captain, moved to Upton Park from Racing Santander in a £2.5m deal in 2005.

He has played 72 games for the Hammers and scored eight goals.

The clubs have already done business this summer with striker Craig Bellamy moving to the capital from Merseyside in a £7.5m deal.

4 million. That's a pretty good deal if you ask me . :o

Now get us Quaresma you!

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Our midfield is now more packed than a Thai bus :D:D:bah: . With the arrival of Babel imminent and Benayoun already here , what are the odds on Rafa picking the same 11 ever again :o:D:D .

Babel poised for Liverpool talks _42481682_babel203.jpg Liverpool have been given permission to open talks with Ajax's £13.5m-rated forward Ryan Babel.

Ajax have not yet agreed a fee with Liverpool, but are so confident a deal will be done that they have allowed Babel, 20, to fly to Liverpool.

Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry said: "We're not quite there with Ryan yet, but we've now been given permission to talk to the player. "We hope to reach an agreement with Ajax very shortly."

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STEVE FINNAN is set to become the latest player to commit his long-term future to Liverpool – with the Anfield club expected to tie up their £17million double swoop for Yossi Benayoun and Ryan Babel today.

Highly-rated 20-year-old forward Babel was on Merseyside yesterday to agree terms on a five-year deal and pass a medical.

Although Liverpool and Ajax have yet to decide on a fee for the versatile attacker – who can play up front or on either wing – agreement is expected to be reached today on a price of around £12m.

Liverpool have already negotiated a package understood to be worth £5m for Benayoun, who travelled north last night and will have a medical today.

No problems are anticipated with either transfer, and Liverpool are hopeful of unveiling the pair before the end of the week.

Rafael Benitez believes Israeli midfielder Benayoun can prove a ready-made replacement for the recently departed Luis Garcia.

“They are similar,” said the Liverpool manager. “Maybe Luis is a player who scores more goals and Benayoun tends to make more assists.

“Like Luis, he is a very technical, clever player with a lot of game intelligence. He can also play in many positions, giving us a different option for the team.

“He was offered a big new contract at West Ham and received offers from a lot of other clubs offering him more money. But Yossi’s message was always the same. He said he was desperate to only join Liverpool because this was his dream.”

Liverpool’s other major summer recruit, Fernando Torres, is nursing a minor ankle injury, although he took part in training yesterday.

Finnan, meanwhile, is poised to follow the example of Pepe Reina, Momo Sissoko, Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Xabi Alonso by signing a new contract.

The 31-year-old Republic of Ireland international has been offered a two-year deal with the option of an extra 12 months.

Elsewhere, Benitez has added to his backroom staff at Melwood with the appointment of Angel Vales as a reserve team coach and head of technical analysis.

The 40-year-old Spaniard has previously been part of the management team in youth development at clubs in Spain and Portugal, and is a doctor of sports science.

Benitez also continues to bolster Liverpool ’s youth set-up with Millwall striker David Amoo the latest to arrive at the Academy yesterday, the Anfield outfit beating a number of leading clubs to the signature of the 17-year-old.

The Academy’s Head of Recruitment Malcolm Elias said: “He’s an exciting young talent with fantastic physical prowess. He’s a natural athlete who possesses great pace and has represented London as a sprinter at the English Schools National Track and Field Championships.”

Liverpool youngsters Martin Hansen and Michael Collins have both signed two-year professional contracts after turning 17.

Goalkeeper Hansen, a part of the club’s Youth Cup winning side last year and a regular for Denmark under-17s, will train at Melwood while Collins, a striker with the Republic of Ireland U17s, is posted at the Academy.

Come on Quaresma!

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