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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Liverpool look set to sign Swedish midfielder for £8M

Many speculations suggested that Liverpool FC has agreed terms with Swedish international midfielder, Rasmus Elm.

The Swedish international was pulled out of Sunday's game against Feyenoord after his wife gave birth to their first child leaving Kenny Dalglish to re-schedule another spying visit.

Rasmus Elm Elm is expected to figure against NEC Nijmegen as Liverpool consider making an official £8million offer for the 24-year-old.

Rasmus Elm’s agent has moved quickly to cool talk of a transfer to Liverpool, insisting his client will wait until the end of the season before deciding upon his future.

Patrick Mork told eurosport.de: “No, it’s not (true).”

“What is said is that Rasmus would wait until after the season before he makes any decision. That’s just media speculation gone too far.”

Dark has requested that all interested parties should come back with their offers at the end of the current campaign, allowing the player to focus on his football until then.

“For starters, he wants to say until the end of the season.” he added.

“I ask all clubs who call to come back, but exactly when Rasmus would decide I do not know”.

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