by Rhydon Atzenhoffer
January 25, 2011
With the Reds making waves trying to wheel and deal in the market this final week of the window two more out of favor players look to be moving on. Last week it was reported that Paul Konchesky was likely to be sold back to Fulham to recoup some of the funds dashed out on him by Roy Hogdson. The left back never impressed and the use of Glen Johnson on the left since the take over of Kenny Dalglish has all but sealed the former Cottager's fate.
Another Liverpool forward also appears to be on the move. Following in the footsteps of Ryan Babel whom just sealed his move to TSG Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga this morning after a back and forth saga involving a wanted return to Ajax, Milan Jovanovic appears to be the interest of VfL Wolfsburg. talkSport and Goal.com have both reported as such and it appears that a near £6 Million offer is on the table.
The Serbian was one of Rafa Benitez's last signings before the Spaniard took his sort lived tenure at the San Siro. Flashes of brilliance were not enough, as he failed to replicate his performances for Standard Liege.