Liverpool may have to act quickly if they want Keirrison

March 29, 2009 at 11:41 8 comments

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The battle to sign Palmeiras’ 16 goal striker, Keirrison, is intensifying as AC Milan, Real Madrid and Barcelona get set to make offers.

This week, Barcelona had officials watch the 20-year-old vs Bragantino in the Campeonato Paulista.

Liverpool have apparently had a long-term interest in the forward but may lose out to the likes of Milan who have a record of signing young Brazilian stars such as Kaká and Alexandre Pato.

However, the sports management group, Traffic, who own the major part of Keirrison’s contract, have said that Keirrison is happy to stay in Brazil and that there is no particular rush to offload the player.

But all this may just be a smokescreen from the canny business group as Keirrison will be on his way for the right price.

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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Paul  |  March 29, 2009 at 15:44

    Keirrison, it was nice knowing you. I hope you help Palmeiras win at least one title before you go. Boa sorte e boa viagem.

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  • 2. Jon at Just Football  |  March 29, 2009 at 19:12

    I can see him ending up at Barca or Milan eventually. I’ve been quite surprised at the level of clubs going for him actually – I saw Keirrison attracting the Villarreals, Sevillas and maybe Benficas of this world, but certainly not clubs like Real Madrid and Barca. Do you think he’s at that level yet?

    We recently wrote a preview of him on Just Football, I hope you will allow us to post it here for anyone interested.

    http://www.just-football.com/2009/03/good-player-guide-8-keirrison.html

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  • 3. pitacodogringo  |  March 29, 2009 at 22:05

    given the right service i think he could score goals in any league

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  • 4. rikki123  |  March 29, 2009 at 22:52

    Very interesting.

    Regards

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  • 6. Arabic music  |  March 30, 2009 at 08:10

    Keirrison next move will be to Barcelona

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  • 7. Sexton Blake  |  March 30, 2009 at 17:55

    I hope Sweeteye isn’t casting aspersions about Keirrison! Ha ha!

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