The Liverpool Daily Post is reporting that Christian Poulsen will make a move to FC Copenhagen next season, after the star failed to impress Kenny Dalglish.
Reports are suggesting that FC Copenhagen will make a move for the midfielder in the summer transfer window, as the 31 year old received a warning about not getting enough game time in his pursuit of international caps.
Denmark manager Morten Olsen recently said that Poulsen would not be included in the Euro qualifying match with Iceland if he didn’t start get more starts for Liverpool.
“I don’t know if he is going to get in the Liverpool team during the remainder of this season, but if he isn’t, he will not be in my squad for the Euro qualifying game on June 4,” Olsen said.
Poulsen was signed by ex-Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson last year, and although Kenny Dalglish started the Danish international in three out of his first four games as manager, Poulsen has only had two starts in the Europa League and wasn’t included in the squad for Liverpool’s last two match ups.
Poulsen played for Copenhagen almost 10 years ago, and will most likely move there from Liverpool if it means he can get more time on the pitch.
The playmaker is one of a few players, including Alberto Aquilani, who have been out of favour since Kenny Dalglish took the reigns as caretaking manager at Liverpool. And with both, Dalglish reportedly feels that he’d rather take the money and spend it on new players in the summer as he fields multi million pound offers from overseas sides.