Liverpool’s ‘Big Seven’ clean out

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Kenny Dalglish is planning an explosive clean out of the Liverpool squad, with up to seven players poised for an exit to create £30 million for the summer kitty, according to reports.

The BBC have sighted Caught Offside, who claim that rumours are circulating of a mass exodus of players who aren’t making the cut at Anfield. Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is getting ready to start looking at creating a fresh squad as soon as he is instated as Liverpool’s permanent manager.

On loan players set for an exit include Alberto Aquilani, who is currently on loan at Juventus; Philipp Degen, on loan to German outfit VfB Stuttgart; Paul Konchesky, currently at Nottingham Forest; and Emiliano Insua, who is playing for Turkish outfit Galatasary.


Christian Poulsen has hardly started for Liverpool since Kenny Dalglish took over as Liverpool manager, and looks set to make a move for Serie A.

Milan Jovanovic also hasn’t featured for Liverpool very often over the past season, with the Serbian international fielding offers from multiple Bundesliga clubs.

And Joe Cole is the big draw card on Dalglish’s exit list according to reports, with interest from top flight clubs as well as West Ham and Aston Villa, and Liverpool looking set to make a multi million pound profit on the star midfielder.

After Roy Hodgson's short lived reign over Anfield and Dalglish close to being instated as manager, Dalglish is reportedly keen to put his own stamp on the squad.

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