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Sport Liverpool set to make "tempting offer" for Queiros

18:16  14 june  2018
18:16  14 june  2018 Source:

Liverpool make offer for Rodrygo Goes

  Liverpool make offer for Rodrygo Goes Liverpool made an offer to sign Santos starlet Rodrygo Goes according to his agent, the Metro reports. The 17-year-old has caught the eye of several top European clubs having impressed for the Brazilian club since making his first team debut back in November. Nick Acuro, the youngster’s agent, has confirmed that a bid had been made for his player from Liverpool, as well as from Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain. However, he went on to state that Goes is set to join Real Madrid. “We had offers from Liverpool, PSG and Barcelona, but they did not reach what Santos asked for.” “Fifteen days ago, Madrid approached me, they met with the president and made their proposal, reaching the value that Santos always wanted.” “Last week, the player did his medical with Madrid and then Santos gave the green light. The agreement is that he stays [at Santos] until June 30, 2019.” Real Madrid have reportedly agreed to pay £35million for 80% of the striker’s rights. Rodrygo is set to become one of the highest paid teenagers in football with a deal that will see him earn £75,000 per week.

According to reports from France, Liverpool are set to beat Real Madrid in the race to sign Colombian striker Radamel Falcao. French radio station RMC claim that Liverpool are preparing a tempting €15m loan offer for Falcao, while could be willing to pay up to €50m to make the deal permanent.

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Liverpool and Arsenal are expected to make a “tempting offer” for Porto defender Diogo Queirós, according to reports in Portugal.

Correio da Manhã, via Sport Witness, are reporting that Arsenal and Liverpool are both pursuing the defender, who is highly rated in Portugal.

Queiros has impressed many, with his performances for Portugal at last summer’s European Under-19 Championship seeing him included in Uefa’s team of the tournament. The defender is expecting to be promoted to the first team for next season.

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Bournemouth reportedly interested in signing the defender, but Arsenal and Liverpool reportedly lead the race for the Portuguese youngster, with the two sides are reportedly close to offering the defender a contract, with the defender’s current deal set to run out in 2021.

Real Madrid to make initial offer for Reds target Alisson imminently

  Real Madrid to make initial offer for Reds target Alisson imminently Real Madrid will make first contact with Roma goalkeeper and Liverpool target Alisson in the next few hours, according to Sky Sports, who cite Sky Italia. Sky report that the Champions League winners will make an initial offer of £43.7million, which is way short of Roma’s £70million price tag. Real will also not bid beyond £52.4million, plus £8.4million in add-ons. Sky Italia also report that the player’s personal terms are already agreed in principle. It has been reported by a number of sites today that Liverpool hope to steal a march on Real’s plans by contacting Alisson’s representatives, but Sky believe that the Reds are unlikely to make an approach, because they will not meet Roma’s valuation. Another source reportedly told Sky Sports that Alisson is most likely to end up at Real Madrid, although they could turn to Chelsea ‘keeper Thibaut Courtois if a fee can’t be agreed. The 25-year old Brazilian, who is currently in Russia with the Brazil national team, is believed to be Liverpool’s top target to succeed Loris Karius as their new number one. However, a number of other goalkeepers are believed to be on Liverpool’s radar, including Jan Oblak and Jack Butland.

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His current deal contains a €25 million release clause, but if Porto are unable to agree on a new deal, they could accept a deal of just over £10 million for the highly rated youngster, according to the Guardian.

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Emre Can completes Juventus move .
Juventus have confirmed the arrival of Emre Can from Liverpool on a free transfer. The Turin-based club took to Twitter to announce the German’s arrival, in what has been one of the most drawn out transfers of the season. Can was widely expected to join the Italian champions after rejecting a new offer from Liverpool last season. Twitter: OFFICIAL: Emre Can signs for Juventus! #WelcomeToJu #ForzaJuve (@juventusfcen) There was also thought to be interest from both Bayern Munich and Manchester City, but neither were seen as serious contenders compared to Juventus, who were always leading the race to sign him. Can pens a four-year contract in Turin and looks set to be their long-term replacement for his fellow countryman Sami Khedira, who was once considered as a Liverpool target. Liverpool had been hoping to keep the player, but it became apparent very quickly that Can saw his future elsewhere. The Reds will welcome Naby Keita to the club this summer, who will fill the void left by the German in the middle of the park.


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