Liverpool and Newcastle's tug of war for England winger

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Interest in Matt Jarvis is increasing with the Wolves winger’s first England call up, and according to The Journal, Newcastle are also keen on donating some of their £35 million from the sale of Andy Carroll to buy the young star.

Jarvis was signed for Wolves from league two outfit Gillingham for the bargain price of £600,000 in 2007, and now reports are speculating that an extra £1 million could be added on to that for the 24 year old.


Newcastle will find this price appealing, with Jarvis ranked second in the Barclays Premier League for crosses into the box, and in the top ten for key passes in a match.

Liverpool has been targeting the winger for a few months now, with scouts watching Jarvis regularly and a match up with Andy Carroll for England against Wales on the weekend reportedly sparking Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish’s interest.

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