Tuesday, 20 November, 2018

Arsenal ponder bosman move for Liverpool's Moreno

Alberto Moreno is on Arsenal’s radar Alberto Moreno is on Arsenal’s radar
Cary Erickson | 22 October, 2018, 19:15

ARSENAL are reportedly planning a move to sign Liverpool misfit Alberto Moreno at the end of the season.

The Reds tried to offload him last summer but none meet their valuation and in spite of new contracts talks a few months back, the Reds seem to have lost their trust in the left-back.

The 26-year-old looked one of Europe's most exciting young full-backs while at Sevilla, and started brightly at Liverpool before fading.

Scotland captain Andy Robertson has nailed down the left-back spot after a number of impressive performances since joining from Hull.

Sead Kolasinac should be anxious over Alberto Moreno's possible move to Arsenal, this is because unlike him, Moreno is a fast-paced player and an "attack minded" defender which is what Unai Emery needs.

Moreno has played just match this term, playing 90 minutes in Liverpool's 1-0 defeat by Chelsea in the League Cup.

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According to the Daily Mirror, Liverpool are "resigned" to losing Moreno as a free agent in summer.

Arsenal signed Sead Kolasinac on a free transfer in 2017 from Schalke FC and at first he had looked like one of the Gunners best signings, however, the Bosnia worldwide has picked up numerous injuries that have made him quiet at the Emirate stadium.

Emery also appears to have little faith in alternative left-back Sead Kolasinac.

The Gunners take on Leicester on Monday looking to extend their nine match winning run in all competitions.

Huddersfield manager David Wagner expects a near full-strength Liverpool side for Saturday's Premier League clash, saying his opposite number Klopp could be using his injury concerns as a smokescreen.