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It seems like rumours of Darren Bent’s transfer from Aston Villa to Liverpool has far from died down, even after Alex McLeish had stated that Bent is not for sale “At any price”. A phrase that has gained the same meaning as the managers dreaded vote of confidence from his Chairman.

Even Mark Lawrenson said to Mark Pougatch on Radio 5live before yesterdays game against Manchester City, that there were “Massive Rumours in Liverpool that the deal to bring Bent to Anfield was already done” And you have to think Lawro with his connections to Kenny Dalglish, wouldn’t come out with a statement like that, unless he had some inside knowledge.

In my opinion, I have always rated Darren Bent ever since his days at Charlton Athletic and I thought we should have brought him then. But he went to Tottenham where he become their top goal scorer, even in the season when Harry Redknapp didn’t rate him and hardly played him, at the end of that season he was still Tottenham’s top goal scorer.

Don’t get me wrong he can be lazy, I have watched him play for England, Spurs, Sunderland and Villa where he has been on the periphery of the game. But he has that knack of being in the right place at the right time, something we have truly missed this season. So yes I think he would be a great buy for us and we can start turning the numerous chances we create into goals.

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