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    LIVERPOOL ENTER RACE FOR 25M CHELSEA TRANSFER TARGET

    GiveMeFootball.com, UK
    March 28 2013

    by Patrick Surlis

    Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City transfer news: Henrik Mkhitaryan
    a "top target" for Anfield club

    Liverpool have entered the race to sign Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder
    Henrik Mkhitaryan at the end of the season, according to reports
    in Russia.

    The reports, carried by the Daily Mirror, claim the Armenian
    international has caught the eye of Brendan Rodgers, and the Liverpool
    boss is reportedly monitoring his progress in Ukraine.

    Chelsea and Manchester City are also interested though, after
    Mkhitaryan's incredible 19-goal tally from central midfield this
    season.

    And the Shakhtar star has conceded he'll be looking to move on at
    the end of the season.

    He said: "For every player, to play for the strongest clubs in the
    world is a dream, and the main goal. I will do everything possible
    to move this summer to a different team."

    The Daily Mirror report claims any deal for the Armenian midfielder
    would likely be for a fee around the 25m mark.

    But Shakhtar's elimination from the Champions League last-16 stage
    could smooth his exit from Ukraine this summer.

    Liverpool have reportedly made him their "top target", but with Chelsea
    and Manchester City sniffing around, they could find it difficult to
    land their man.

    Rodgers' team currently looks like it won't qualify for the Champions
    League next season, while Chelsea and City will probably be able
    to offer Mkhitaryan European football despite disappointing Premier
    League campaigns so far.

    http://www.givemefootball.com/337323-liverpool-enter-race-for-25m-chelsea-transfer-target



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