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Albert Adomah's reported move to Liverpool a hoax

Posted On Sunday, 1st September 2013
Albert Adomah staying put at Middlesbrough

Albert Adomah staying put at Middlesbrough

Albert Adomah’s purported move to English giants Liverpool is a hoax, a close source to the player has told GHANAsoccernet.com.

Accra-based Asempa FM had reported on Friday the 25-year-old was set to make a move to Anfield just weeks after completing a switch to Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee.

The Ghana international was in the last year of his contract at Bristol before joining Boro last month in a three-year move.

The former Barnet man was reported to be on his way to a move to Liverpool but it turns out this shocking news was just a hoax.

A close source to the player has told GHANAsoccernet.com in confidence that reports linking him to a move to the English Premier League side are simply not true.

The Ghanaian appears bent on honouring his new contract with Middlesbrough where he has already began playing regularly in the English Championship.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. naija ninja says:

    You post something u ain’t sure of.How would liverpool stoop so low to sign this kind of player.Of all wingers in the world.Adomah???.Smh

  2. Ghanaba says:

    So you don’t even do background check of stories before you publish? That is a shame, GSN.

  3. dadaba gonshots says:

    i told you so. It did not make any sense. Please do due deligence on your reportage.

  4. Papa Nkrumah says:

    You refuse to mention your source but now that the story is false you mention Asempa as responsible. smh

  5. Andy says:

    Victor Moses and Toure will be great @ Liverpool,i just hope we make it in the top 4 .





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