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Liverpool have confirmed Holland international Ryan Babel has agreed to join Bundesliga club Hoffenheim.
Babel's future at Anfield has been the subject of conjecture for the past 12 months and he had been a long-term target for Birmingham City.
During the current transfer window, the attacker had been linked with a return to former club Ajax as part of a deal which could see Luis Suarez join Liverpool.
However, the Reds accepted an offer from Hoffenheim last week and Babel underwent a medical before the transfer seemingly stalled.
Reds boss Kenny Dalglish stated earlier on Monday that the 24-year-old would be staying on Merseyside, but the club have now confirmed Babel's impending departure.
Babel is understood to have agreed a two-and-a-half year contract with Hoffenheim and he will fly to Germany on Tuesday to finalise his move.
He joined Liverpool from Ajax in a big-money deal in 2007 and he scored 22 goals in 146 appearances for the club after failing to make a sustained impact in the Premier League.
His sale will raise hopes on Merseyside that new boss Dalglish has his first signing lined up to replace Babel, having had a £4million bid for Blackpool captain Charlie Adam rejected.
Really disappointed to see babel leaving liverpool. He's a great player with pace and power. Never given a chance to prove himself. Would have formed a great patnership with torres in strike. If you look at his goals from his time at ajax just shows that he is a great player, just not given the chance to show his class. Always used as a sub. Dont know why? His best goal at liverpool was probably against lyon in champions league. Hope he gets a chance somewhere else!
Posted 22:29 24th January 2011
Best of luck to him , He never got a decent chance YNWA
Posted 22:13 24th January 2011
It's good news for Dalglish as he now has a bit of money to spend hopefully on a potentially great striker like Suarez. Liverpool have been hopeless in recent years in the transfer market, they rarely get the players they want and they nearly always end up paying far too much on players who turn out to be total flops i.e Babel, Aquillani, Keane and El Hadji Diouff. Hope they don't waste any more money on mediocrity like Charlie Adam of Blackpool and that they go for a big name striker that will give everyone at LFC a big lift. The new owners owe a big name signing to all the loyal Liverpool fans who have put up with all the nonsense of the previous regime and management. If Liverpool want to hold on to world class players like Torres and Reina in the summer they have to buy at least one world class player now.
Posted 22:08 24th January 2011
Good Luck Ryan Babel! We all know how much you love LFC and would have done your hardest to still succeed. It was just a shame you couldn't regularly show your full potential. Hope you have better luck in Germany
Posted 21:58 24th January 2011
Really pleased that Babel has gone, i wish him all the best as he didnt really get a chance a Liverpool. However, perhaps as this makes Liverpool even lighter up front we can now push on for a few new signings. Suarez, Nzogbia and Adams would be great!!!
Posted 21:54 24th January 2011
Definitely think this is best for Liverpool and Babel, the money can be used to get Adam, and lets hope there's enough to get Suarez too
Posted 21:50 24th January 2011
Good luck with your new club ryan. So much potential that unfortunately didn't shine with Lfc. Feel bit sorry for you that you was never given a real run of games but I guess that's the way football is these days. Hopefully now suarez will be joining us and hopefully he will be a great strike partner with fernando. Ynwa babel
Posted 21:50 24th January 2011
About time! He's never done it at Liverpool and is linked with a move in every transfer window. Glad Kenny is looking at getting rid of the "driftwood" coz there's still a few left at Anfield who are simply not good enough.
Posted 21:39 24th January 2011
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