Report: Liverpool Linked To Aaron Lennon As Reported Fallout With Harry Redknapp Could Make Winger Available


May 7, 2011

Due to a fallout with Spurs manager Harry Redknapp, speedy winger Aaron Lennon could be available on the transfer market this summer.

According to, Tottenham would be willing to sell for £15 million.

"Harry feels Lennon is not learning, not improving and not listening to instructions," said a source. "He has been really disappointed by Lennon’s performances since the first half of last season and does not believe he is as willing to run at the full-back as he should be."

The duo has bickered over the year, and Lennon and Redknapp recently were at odds over Lennon's withdrawal from Spurs' Champions League match against Real Madrid.

"They have a really bad relationship and Harry wants to cash in," said the source. "Spurs have not yet started touting him around but if they get a good offer, they will probably sell him."

Liverpool director of football, Damien Comolli, is a fan of Lennon's from his time at White Hart Lane, and is surely looking to add width at Anfield in the summer. According to CaughtOffside, Comolli may be willing to send Joe Cole to Spurs as a makeweight in a potential deal.

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