Discussion in 'Transfer Forum' started by Dub13, Apr 9, 2013.
They’ve ruined the likes of Rashford and Martial
Henderson there number 2 is on 160k ink.
Rumours we're looking at activating Pelligrinis release clause at Roma. Any use?
Seems to be mentioned as going somewhere every time theres a window open. Seen him described as a strong CM with flair and a good shot with either foot.
TBH I think the papers and sites are throwing everything at the wall atm and hoping something sticks.
Todays alone Ive read articles that say we're negotiating a fee with Leicester for Tielemans - who is eager to come
We're activating Pelligrini's release clause
We're negotiating with Brighton for Bisouma and Brighton are only willing to lose one of Bisouma or White although Bisouma is a confessed Arsenal fan and they are reportedly interested with that muppet Xhaka heading off to Italy.
Rafinha to us is at "an advanced" stage, with Leeds wanting Harry Wilson as part of the deal.
Some guy called Khivicha Kvaratskhelia is negotiating terms with several teams including us
Patson Daka is almost done
We've asked Inter for a price on Nicola Barella
And Jeremy Doku is being chased too.
On the outs - happily it seems Kelleher is not being let out on loan
Gruijc, Shakiri and Origi are expected to make 60m for the kitty (highly optimistic I would say)
What do people think we need/want in an ideal world?
Cant see Klopp wanting Rafinha, he seems to only play on the right and you have a certain Mr Salah taking root there. Think he'll want a more adaptable that can fill in across the front line. That Patson Data lad seems to fill that need and is only 22, or totally out of left field - any chance Glatzel will make the jump to senior level?
I dont know if we are looking for a midfielder at all, Jones will get more minutes, and you'd certainly hope both Keita and Ox would manage more minutes, having said that I wouldnt turn down Tielemans if it were possible.
All pie in the sky of course but out of that list Ro19, I would happily take Tielemans, Rafinha, Daka.
According to the Zambian Observer Patson Daka to be announced this week.
Is it reliable ?
no it’s always out of stock in my local Supervalu
Its my go to for African transfer news!
Raphina not listed on Leeds website as a player for next season is the latest headline in the gossip pages.
Apparently them wanting to sign Harry Wilson might make the deal a bit easier
Harry Wilson would suit Leeds.
Out of the Euros injured
Right up our street
The Athletic had a great piece about players at the Euros that could be on the move, worth checking out. There's a few in there that we've been linked with. I have the PDF report so can email it for anyone who doesn't have a subscription, just PM me or if you have my number whatsapp me and I'll send it there.
Here's an example of what the profiles look like.
Here's the players it covers.
Dont know the ins & outs of what Barcelona owe us, but I think we should be in for Coco..
Reports Leicester could get him for £17m ! That wouldnt get you an average player these days nevermind what Coco can do when on form!
I don't think they owe us anything. I understand we sold on what was remaining on the monies owed on Coutinho some time back.
Any reports Ive seem say the same, we sold the debt to a 3rd party, so we'd probably have to buy the debt back from whomever we sold it to. Think it'd be an absolute minefield of legalities. If Barca do in fact owe some company money for the Coutinho deal - if nothing else its a 3rd party ownership which the PL frown upon.
Personally think Coutinho's ship has sailed with us
It wouldn’t be a 3rd party ownership , it’s just the money owed was bought by a type of broker , Like a bond/loan/debt worth say £25m we sold it for £23m to the broker .
Adrian expressed his pride in continuing to represent Liverpool FC after extending his time at Anfield by signing a new contract today.
The goalkeeper has agreed a fresh deal with the Reds having made 24 appearances and lifted three major trophies since joining in August 2019.
Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com in reaction to the news, Adrian explained why continuing his role with Jürgen Klopp’s side was his priority and detailed the motivation within the squad to compete for silverware again next season.
The No.13 also discussed the strong connections in the club’s goalkeeping department following a challenging 2020-21 campaign that ended with Liverpool in excellent form and safely qualified for the Champions League.