Liverpool are set to offer a player-cash deal to sign the Inter Milan midfielder, while Arsenal are said to be considering a move for Raheem Sterling…
Keita offered to Inter for Brozovic deal
Liverpool know they need a solution Gaping gap in the middleAnd with less than two weeks left in the transfer window, the Reds are ready to get creative.
Apparently, Jürgen Klopp is keen to bring Marcelo Brozovic from Inter Milan to Anfield.When Carcho Mercato He thinks he’s ready to offer the Italian one of his midfield wrestlers in partial exchange.
To lure the Italian, Liverpool send Naby Keita to San Siro with euros in his pocket. With Keita’s contract at Anfield set to expire in the summer, the Reds will have to make up Brozovic’s £30m valuation difference in cash.
Liverpool aren’t the only clubs interested in the Croatian star. Barcelona are also interested, with the Catalan hoping to offer former AC Milan midfielder Frank Kesy as part of a swap deal.
chelsea learned caicedo price
Liverpool are among the clubs eyeing Moisés Caicedo, but Chelsea are said to be most keen to sign the midfielder from Brighton this month.
The Blues need at least £75m to win Ecuador’s star race. That’s the price Brighton set, according to CBSsports.
Chelsea have not strayed far from the Seagulls’ ratings. Their opening offer in recent weeks is said to have been around £65million.
Arsenal interested in Sterling potential
In order to fund their recent splurge, Chelsea will have to change some of their current squad. Newcastle could help by taking more jobsalthough it is claimed that Raheem Sterling is now available.
Arsenal are looking for an attacker after the Blues pinned Mihailo Madrik from under the Gunners’ nose. Fitajes Mikel Arteta is interested in renewing interest in the England winger, who chose Stamford Bridge when he left Manchester City in the summer.
It was a speculative punt, suggesting Arsenal ‘could move’ to Sterling. Chelsea, in particular, want to recover as much as possible of the £47m they paid City, so if they do, it will definitely be delayed by the window. there is
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