Liverpool agree deal with West Brom for defender sale

Liverpool have finally managed to ship Jose Enrique out of the club, having agreed a deal with West Brom – for what the Mirror describe as a nominal fee.

The Metro claim we’re going to get £7m for him – but we shouldn’t get too excited as they’ve incorrectly sourced a Daily Star article which actually says nothing of the short.

Journalism at its finest.

Sadly, it seems practically impossible that we’d get anywhere near that money – considering we’re desperate to get rid.

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The Spaniard was told he is surplus to our requirements and should find a new club – along with Fabio Borini and Mario Balotelli.

The Italian duo have joined Sunderland and AC Milan respectively, and it now appears that Brendan Rodgers has managed to offload his other undesirable.

Enrique arrived at Anfield in 2011, and while he did well during his first two seasons, he’s made just 12 league appearances over the past two – falling behind Alberto Moreno and even teenager Joe Gomez in the pecking order.

If Enrique can stay fit he’ll be a decent signing for the Baggies, who also took Rickie Lambert off our hands this summer.

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