Mascherano and N’Gog on the move


Two former Liverpool players are making moves.

Barcelona have announced that Argentina international Javier Mascherano “an institutional farewell on Wednesday at 11am” on their website.

The thirty-three year old left Anfield for the Camp Nou back in the Summer of 2010 shortly after the arrival of Roy Hodgson – who replaced Rafa Benitez as manager.

Mascherano is not expected to be making a return to Anfield, which is unlikely to disappoint several supporters after the manner of his exit.

Meanwhile, former Liverpool striker David N’Gog has made a surprise switch to Scottish club Ross County on a deal until the end of the season.

The Frenchman recently departed Greek club Panionios and is available on a free transfer – and he will be reunited with an old boss.

Owen Coyle is the current Staggies boss and he was the man in charge at Bolton Wanderers when they spent £4m on the forward back in 2011 – and he is pleased to get the deal done.

“I am all too familiar with his qualities and I think he will be an excellent addition to our attacking options.” Coyle told the Ross County website.

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