Liverpool now prepared to offer over £40million for signing – Deal close

Liverpool have been consistently following Romeo Lavia of Southampton and the latest reports indicate that the deal is close.

Earlier this month, Football Insider revealed the Merseysiders were willing to offer around £40million for the 19-year-old defensive midfielder.

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Today, the news source exclusively mentioned that now, Liverpool are prepared to offer a little over £40million and are closing in to hiring his services.

Jurgen Klopp is eager to bring the Belgian international to Anfield and the best part is that the German manager has been able to obtain the approval of the player.

Now, all that is left is to agree a fee with the Saints, who are demanding £50million for their prized asset.

Renowned media outlets like The Daily Mail and The Guardian have reported the valuation of £45million this month.

Liverpool are set to receive around £40million and £12million from the sales of Fabinho and skipper, Jordan Henderson, respectively.

So, the Reds may soon have the funds to complete the signing of Romeo Lavia but it will be baffling if they lure a single teenager to replace two of the most experienced midfielders in the squad.

Lavia is super talented but he is not an immediate solution, instead a long term one, and therefore, an experienced No.6 must be signed, ideally before the start of the new Premier League campaign next month.

In your opinion, who should Klopp lure to strengthen the DM position at Anfield?

One thought on “Liverpool now prepared to offer over £40million for signing – Deal close

  • July 22, 2023 at 9:27 pm

    Teun Koopmeiners.

    If the rumoured Bayern interest in Fabinho is true then use it to get Kimmich.

    Or there’s Ibrahim Sangaré at PSV, but just like Doucouré, as he’s African, he’ll go missing every other January for the Afcon.

    We definitely need a defensive midfielder, but making Trent a midfielder full time (forget about him at right back), and bringing in Pavard on the right, which would free up Robertson to return to his attacking strengths and not be part of a back three and avoid Konate having to cover wide right, whilst improving us defensively with or without the ball.

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