Liverpool is considering signing Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich, with his departure from the club deemed “almost inevitable” due to the exit of Hasan Salihamidzic. The club is also monitoring Federico Chiesa’s situation at Juventus and is interested in RB Leipzig star Dominik Szoboszlai. However, Thiago Alcantara is unlikely to be offered a new contract due to his injury history. Liverpool is also looking to hijack AC Milan’s move for Eintracht Frankfurt’s Daichi Kamada and finalize terms with Alexis Mac Allister’s agents. Moises Caicedo is choosing between Liverpool, Arsenal, and Chelsea, with Arsenal having an advantage due to their Champions League qualification.
Following the latest Liverpool transfer news, rumors and gossip circulating around the world, Ryan Gravenberch’s departure from Bayern Munich is considered ‘almost inevitable’ due to Hasan Salihamidzic leaving the club. The midfielder is said to have been a signing Salihamidzic pushed for, and his exit could open the door for Gravenberch to move to Liverpool this summer. (Sport 1)
Liverpool and Bayern Munich are keeping a close eye on Federico Chiesa’s situation at Juventus. There is a belief that the Euro 2020 winner would cost just £38m. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Moises Caicedo is set to choose between Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea during the summer transfer window. What gives Arsenal a leg up on the competition for the dynamic midfielder’s signature is the player’s desire to play UEFA Champions League football next season. (Tera Deportes)
RB Leipzig star Dominik Szoboszlai is keen on a move to the Premier League, with Newcastle United and Liverpool interested in a €70m move for the talented midfielder. (Florian Plattenberg)
Following Liverpool transfer rumors, Thiago Alcantara is ‘unlikely to be offered’ a new contract at Anfield. The former Barcelona and Bayern midfielder has just one year remaining on his current deal at the club but has been hampered by a number of different injuries over the past few seasons. (Neil Jones)
Liverpool are keen to hijack AC Milan’s proposed move for Eintracht Frankfurt’s Daichi Kamada this summer. The midfielder has verbally agreed to join Milan, but the Reds believe they can swoop in at the 11th hour to sign Kamada. (Calciomercato)
Alexis Mac Allister’s agents are set to fly to England to finalise terms with Liverpool in the coming days. (Fabrizio Romano)
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Liverpool fans will be excited by the prospect of Gravenberch potentially joining the club, with the midfielder widely regarded as one of the most promising young talents in Europe. Chiesa is another player who has caught the eye of Liverpool and Bayern Munich, with his impressive performances for Italy at Euro 2020.
Caicedo is another player who could add some much-needed dynamism to Liverpool’s midfield, and Arsenal’s lack of Champions League football next season could give the Gunners a disadvantage in the race to sign him.
Szoboszlai would be a fantastic addition to Liverpool’s midfield, but the Reds will face stiff competition from Newcastle United for his signature.
Thiago’s injury problems have hampered his time at Liverpool, and it remains to be seen whether he will be offered a new contract at Anfield.
Liverpool’s pursuit of Kamada could be one of the most intriguing transfer sagas of the summer, with the Reds hoping to swoop in at the last minute to sign the midfielder.
Mac Allister’s potential arrival at Liverpool would add some much-needed creativity to the Reds’ midfield, and fans will be eagerly anticipating the announcement of his signing.
To bring everything full circle, Liverpool fans will be excited by the potential arrivals of Gravenberch, Chiesa, Caicedo, Szoboszlai and Mac Allister, and it promises to be an exciting summer transfer window for the Reds.