Liverpool will likely land two La Liga stars in the coming months, but a new move for summer target Jarrod Bowen could be tougher than one thinks
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While Liverpool continue to get results as their fixture list grows more crowded, they could still enter the transfer market in January.
Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita will all be in the African Cup of Nations in the new year, so reinforcements could be sought, while the Red Devils have previously been known to make moves in the period. mid-season if you can buy the right player. become available at the right price.
Divock Origi has shown his worth with two goals in the last two games, while further away we’ve seen the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Thiago Alcantara impress after some tough times in their time. Liverpool job.
With Jurgen Klopp’s side set to welcome Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa to Anfield on Saturday, the manager is likely to continue to assess his squad and decide what, if anything, is needed.
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Liverpool are now in a better position than they were at this point last season, at least from an injury standpoint.
However, with Nat Phillips ruled out for a few weeks and others on their way back from time on the sidelines, the club may decide an investment is necessary.
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Former Red Devils target Joao Felix in line for tug of war
The Atletico Madrid forward has been a target for Liverpool in the past, and the Red Devils will be put on alert when news of the Portugal international’s departure comes in.
According to Spanish radio Cadena Ser, Atletico’s record signing is poised to leave the club, and reports elsewhere in the country refer to the Merseyside club as one of four potential destinations in the Premier League. Premier League.
The 22-year-old hasn’t started for Atletico in more than a month, as he played an hour at Anfield in his team’s 2-0 win Champions League failed in the group stage.
Gavi caught the eye of Liverpool
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Barcelona Little star Gavi has been one of the few bright lights for the Catalan club this season, entering the first team as a teenager and also making his international debut for Spain.
However, according to El NacionalBarca’s exit from the Champions League has attracted interest from clubs across Europe in the event the young talent decides not to renew his contract.
The 17-year-old is said to have attracted the interest of Liverpool, as well as Chelsea and Bayern Munich, and has yet to extend his contract until 2023.
Gavi, who is said to have a €50m release clause, has played 22 times this season for club and country, including starting in the Champions League final group stage match against Bayern.
Bowen’s latest contract could be blown away by Klopp
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Jurgen Klopp is said to be a man of great admiration West Ham striker Bowen, who is tipped to move to Anfield in the summer.
The 24-year-old scored his fourth goal of the season last weekend as the Hammers beat Liverpool rivals Chelsea, and has repeated last season’s form to help the east London club continue to push their top 4.
If Liverpool want to test the country in January with Salah and Mane arriving in Cameroon, news of West Ham starting talks over a contract extension could put them off.
Based on 90 minsDavid Moyes’ side is keen to start negotiations with Hull’s ex over a new deal amid Merseyside’s potential interest, despite Bowen’s current deal running until 2025.
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