JUST IN: Reading FC Reignite Deal for Liverpool’s player

Reading FC interest in the Liverpool player again: Opinion

The Royals, who are currently not in the best of financial situations, might find Blair to be a good alternative.

As of right now, it’s unclear if Reading will be successful in completing any transfer moves in January.

Many Royals fans are now oblivious to the impending transfer window given the team’s financial struggles, but it could be a pivotal time for the Berkshire team.

It appears that the club may be going through a difficult period right now, as important players may be forced to depart Select Car Leasing Stadium if their financial problems aren’t resolved by the end of the next month.

The loan market should be Reading FC’s first priority in January.

They will have to rely on the free agency and loan markets as it doesn’t appear like they will be able to pay player fees.


If Ruben Selles’ team is able to do so, the loan market might be the best course of action because the free agent market is so lacking in possibilities.

It wouldn’t be shocking if no signings were made, given their recent difficulties with paying HMRC and all payments on time.


However, since they only signed two loan players during the summer, they might not need to spend much money to bring in a loanee or two, and they have room for them.

Dom Ballard, one of those, suffered an injury against Wycombe Wanderers last month that will keep him out of action for the remainder of the year.

Although it is unknown if he will go back to Southampton, if he does, it should open up a spot for a new loanee.


And even if he doesn’t, if the loan player isn’t too pricey, there might still be enough money to bring him in.

Why Reading FC should target Harvey Blair

Harvey Blair, a winger for Liverpool who the Royals were interested in in the summer, is reportedly being watched by many League One teams ahead of the transfer market that opens next month.


The good news for Selles’ team is that the Reds are prepared to loan him out in January and that he is back to full fitness.

The bad news is that, in addition to English third-tier clubs, clubs in Belgium and Denmark have also expressed interest in the winger. If they were to reenter the battle for him, they would face fierce competition.


Though they are low on options out wide with Harvey Knibbs going into the midfield, Femi Azeez prone to subpar performances, and Ballard out of the picture, the Berkshire side should be after him.






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