Liverpool £15m target 'done deal' claims rebuked

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Newcastle star Jose Enrique has not done a deal with Liverpool according to Toon manager Alan Pardew, despite reports to the contrary.

“There’s definitely no deal between the clubs – 100%,” the Newcastle manager told The Chronicle.

“He’s under contract here until next summer. And we hope to open talks on a new deal as soon as possible.


“That’s where we are.”

Liverpool had reportedly done a deal with the Newcastle left back worth £15 million, according to the Daily Mirror, and Liverpool legend Phil Thompson, who is close friends with Kenny Dalglish, confirmed the news on a Norwegian TV station.

“From what I've heard, yes the deal has been done and he will come to Liverpool,” Thompson said.

But Pardew is insistent that the Spaniard is not leaving St James’ Park just yet particularly if Newcastle remain in the top flight, which is looking more likely as the season comes to an end.

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