Liverpool pulled out of the race to sign Chelsea’s target, while Tottenham have launched a surprise move to sign the Leicester City star…
Fernandes price too high for Liverpool
Liverpool have found Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez’s asking price to be out of their price range, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
The Reds are looking for the right player to help solve their midfield problems. They beat Leicester City 2-1.
A number of midfielders have been linked with a move to Anfield, with Jude Bellingham understood to be a top target in the summer transfer window, but Real Madrid, Manchester City and other clubs have been linked. We are facing fierce competition.
Romano revealed yesterday that Fernandez said ‘yes’ to ChelseaDirect negotiations with Benfica for a possible transfer in January. The Portuguese outfit hopes that interested clubs will activate his €120m release clause, with Fernandes moving from his plate to the summer transfer window with his €10million. only arrive.
But Chelsea are willing to spend more €120 million to avoid prepayment Romano now claims: Liverpool are “focusing on a new midfielder” but “as of today we have no intention of paying €120m to Fernandes”.
Speaking on a possible transfer, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp said on Friday: “You have to raise money for a little while, and then you can spend it. That’s how we work.”
Tottenham Want Burns
Tottenham are reportedly exploring the possibility of a surprise acquisition of Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes in January.
Barnes has become a regular in Brendan Rodgers’ starting lineup for the past few years after many loan spells in the EFL. The England international are off to a strong start with him scoring 24 goals in all competitions over the last two seasons and Barnes scoring in his 14 appearances in the Premier League where he has scored six goals. increase.
And now 25-year-old Tottenham Football Managing Director Fabio Paratici is what Football.London puts it, ‘It is understood that you like Burns. The report warns that Barnes “will come with a hefty price tag as he has two and a half years left on his contract with a club that is reluctant to be with him”.
Ronaldo stops MLS move
Cristiano Ronaldo completed a lucrative move to Saudi Arabian side Al Nasr last night Including all commercial opportunities and incentives, there are reports claiming he could earn up to $200 million per season.
Ronaldo disappointed some fans with his move to Saudi Arabia after telling Piers Morgan in a controversial interview that he still wants to play at the highest level.
There appeared to be no specific interest from Europe’s top clubs, and Romano claimed the other offers on the table were from Major League Soccer.
Romano claimed that “Sporting Kansas City were really trying to sign Ronaldo,” adding, “We had a meeting before Morgan’s interview to talk concretely about the possibility of CR7 playing commercially in Kansas City.” did”.
“Despite the high salary, Ronaldo decided to move to Al Nasr,” the transfer expert added.
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