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Liverpool linked with former player Antonio Barragan

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Liverpool are considering re-signing Spanish defender Antonio Barragan this summer, according to talkSPORT

The 26-year-old was signed by Rafael Benitez in 2005 but made just one appearance for the Reds in his only season in the Premier League. 

The Valencia man left merseyside in 2006 after struggling to make the break through ahead of Steve Finnan, thus returning to his native Spain where he signed for Deportivo La Coruna. He also played for Real Vallodoloid before signing for his current club in 2011.

Predominantly a right full-back, Barragan has been deployed in a more advanced role this season and has impressed with his attacking style as his side lie comfortably in the top half of La Liga. 

With Brendan Rodgers' side looking almost guaranteed to play Champions League football next season, the Valencia man could be a great option for the Reds as they look to add depth to their squad. 

Barragan would probably demand a small enough fee to justify his use as a squad player and would seemingly have no trouble in settling in to a city where he has already lived. 


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