Liverpool Transfer Rumours: Is Craig Bellamy Enough to Push Reds to Top?
Liverpool made great strides this transfer window and is prepared to run the table to take out Manchester United.
“Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy flew into Liverpool earlier this afternoon ahead of a potential deadline day move to rejoin his former club.
Press Association Sport understands the 32-year-old was given special dispensation to leave Wales' training camp at Celtic Manor to head off for talks with the Reds.
It is believed Bellamy took a short flight from south Wales to Merseyside where it is anticipated he will undergo a medical while Liverpool and City thrash out the terms of any deal,” according to The Independent’s Carl Markham.
Craig Bellamy was the ideal veteran forward for the Red Devils to bring in at this point of the season. He has the experience, but more importantly, the drive and motivation to succeed. He is looking to redeem himself after an unspectacular first stint with the Reds.
Liverpool needed an injection of fiery attitude after losing stud Raul Meireles recently. We still don’t know exactly when Meireles will return, but Bellamy more than makes up for the loss.
Bellamy will be the catalyst for the Reds running the table in their upcoming matches.
The Red Devils enter their next few matches with some concern that superstar Wayne Rooney is not full focused on the task at hand. He is playing at an extremely high level, but he also has a high interest in England’s national club. I wouldn’t worry about his focus, but it still provides the Reds with an opportunity to pounce.
Bellamy is coming to Liverpool with a head full of steam. He needs success as much as Liverpool fans yearn for it. This may very well be his last opportunity to make a major difference for a club so expect him to take full advantage.
He will prove to be invaluable moving forward as his intensity will be infectious. From the fans to the coaches to the entire team, everyone associated with the Reds will feel his presence.
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