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The agent of Brazilian goalkeeper Alexander Doni expected his move to Liverpool FC to have been done last night.
Ovidio Colucci anticipated personal terms would have been finalised yesterday and his transfer from Roma complete.
Doni has been long been on Liverpool's wishlist and though the 31-year-old, thought to have rejected the initial offer from Anfield, still has his mind set on a move to the Reds.
"We should close the deal by the end of the day," his agent Ovidio Colucciis reported to have said yesterday.
"Of course anything could happen before the signatures are added to the contracts but I can confirm that there is only Liverpool for Doni.
"The only concrete offer has come from Liverpool and we hope to wrap everything up by this evening."
Meanwhile, Italian giants Roma are said to showing interest in full-back Emiliano Insua.
The Argentina defender was set to return to Melwood for pre-season training with Liverpool following his recent loan spell with Galatasaray but his agent has suggested it may not be a permanent comeback.
"We have spoken to Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini," Rodrigo Vilarino is reported to have said.
"The situation at the moment is on stand-by.
"I don't know how much he would cost, that all depends on Liverpool."
The 22-year-old however has revealed how much he was relishing being back on Merseyside.
"In Liverpool again. I hope to be here this season and to give something to the team, I am with energy to do it," he wrote on Twitter.
Stephen Darby, meanwhile, has joined League One Rochdale on a season long loan.
The 22-year-old spent much of last campaign at Notts County.
Meanwhile, LIverpool legend Robbie Fowler will sign for Thailand side Muang Thong United, according to reports in the country.
The 36-year-old is said to be close to agreeing a deal to ply his trade in the Far East after he left Australian side Perth Glory last month.
Muang Thong general manager Ronnarit Suewaja is reported to have said: "He agreed to play with Muang Thong United as a forward.
"I'm confident that Thai football will improve as a famous player like him has agreed to join us."
Fowler had returned to England and was believed to be keen on acquiring his coaching badges but if the reports from Thailand are to be believed then the ex-Reds striker has not hung up his boots just yet.