South American starlet 'waiting' for Liverpool talks

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Bologna coach Pierpaolo Bisoli has quashed claims that Gaston Ramirez is already in talks over a move to Liverpool, insisting the midfielder will look at his options in January.

Ramirez is yet another Uruguayan on Kenny Dalglish’s hitlist for the next transfer period, with the 20-year-old starring for both club and country alongside Luis Suarez.

But Bisoli argued that when it comes to interest from Liverpool, with the transfer window closed, discussions will resume only in January.


"The market is now closed, so I don’t know what to say about it", Bisoli said over Liverpool’s interest in Ramirez.

"The problem at the moment doesn’t exist. Today he plays [for us] regularly, for the rest he will have to wait eventually until January."

Liverpool have been particularly interested in Uruguayan players over the last year, signing Suarez and Coates, and forming a formal agreement with Uruguayan side Nactional over player transfers.

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