Anfallaren Milan Jovanovic verkar vara ytterst nära en flytt till Liverpool. Ja, enligt somliga tidningar är han rent av klar för klubben.
Här kommer en sammanfattning av vad dagens engelska tidningar skriver rörande Jovanovic och en flytt till Liverpool.
Liverpool Daily Post: ”Rafa Benitez summer squad rebuilding began in earnest yesterday when Milan Jovanovic sealed a move to Liverpool. The Serbia international has signed a pre-contract agreement that will see him arrive from Belgian club Standard Liege at the end of the season.”
The Telegraph: ”No less than 24 hours after the transfer window closed than Liverpool have signed their first summer signing in Standard Liege striker Milan Jovanovic. A pre-contract has been agreed for the 28-year-old to join Rafael Benitez’s side in the summer. The Serbia international is out of contract at the end of the season and Benitez has been tracking the player for some time.”
The Daily Mail: ”Liverpool are on the verge of a deal to sign Milan Jovanovic on a free transfer in the summer after further talks with the Standard Liege and Serbia striker. Sportsmail reported last month how 28-year-old Jovanovic had given his word on a move to Anfield. Negotiations on a pre-contract agreement for the 28-year-old to join them in the summer are at an advanced stage.”
The Mirror: ”Rafa Benitez has landed striker Milan Jovanovic as his first summer signing – just 24 hours after the January transfer window closed. Liverpool boss Benitez has been chasing Jovanovic for months and is delighted to have agreed a pre-contract agreement with the Serbian international. Jovanovic, 28, is out of contract at Standard Liege and has agreed a three-year deal with Liverpool with the option of another year.”
The Guardian: ”Liverpool have agreed a pre-contract deal with Milan Jovanovic after convincing the Standard Liège striker he will be given the opportunity to impress at Anfield next season. The Serbia international, 28, is out of contract at the end of the season and is understood to have accepted a three-year deal with Liverpool, having initially harboured reservations that he would become part of the supporting cast for Fernando Torres should he move to Merseyside.”