According to rumors circulating about Liverpool’s transfer market, Jorg Schmadtke has suggested a youngster who is only 18 years old, and Jurgen Klopp is apparently willing to pay $49 million for a player who plays in the middle of the field.
Liverpool will already be informed of the techniques it will employ in the transfer market for the year 2024. Due to the fact that Thiago Alcântara and Joël Matip are now without contracts, the Reds will need to make more substantial decisions either during the summer or throughout the month of January.
Even if that duo were to quit, there would still be more contract calls, which would need the search for successors in the event that they left. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, and Mohamed Salah are still considered to be vital players despite the fact that they have roughly 18 months left on their respective contracts.
We should have a much clearer understanding of Liverpool’s position on all of those players by the time the summer of next year rolls around, given that Alexander-Arnold is likely going to extend his contract. Despite the fact that it would make sense to extend Salah and Van Dijk’s contracts, it is possible that there is greater caution with regard to those two players who are much older.
Despite the development that Jarell Quansah has made, the first choice should be a left-sided center-back, and if there is a world-class holding midfielder available, they should be signed. On the other hand, this is Liverpool.com’s analysis of the transfer rumors that are currently being discussed in relation to the Reds.
Thuram Khéphren (Nice)
Following reports earlier in the week that the Reds had ‘asked for the criteria’ that would be required to purchase Nice’s Khéphren Thuram, Tutto Juve now believes that Liverpool is willing to make an offer of $49 million (£39 million/€45 million). This comes after the Reds had reportedly communicated their desire to acquire Thuram. According to reports, Juventus is also interested in acquiring the player, who was rumored to be interested in moving to Anfield during the summer.
The Reds are not expected to be seeking a number six in January, as stated by Liverpool.com. This is due to the fact that they spent a significant amount of money recruiting midfield players during the summer. It would have been more logical for them to pursue Thuram during the previous transfer window rather than during the current one; but, given that the previous window has closed, it would be surprising if Liverpool made a second attempt to acquire Thuram.
Kenan Yildiz, (Juventus)
The possibility of Liverpool making a transfer push for Juventus wonder kid Kenan Yildiz “cannot be ruled out” given that Jurgen Klopp has been suggested to the 18-year-old attacker by Jorg Schmadtke. There is a statement made by Calciomercato.
When Schmadtke was the sporting director at Wolfsburg, he was a huge supporter of the German-born adolescent, and he continues to be a big backer of him, according to the Italian daily. Despite the fact that Ben Doak is already at Liverpool, the flexible player, who is capable of playing either as a false nine or a winger, is considered to fit in perfectly at the club. The player who once played for Bayern Munich can be presented with a “major offer” that is “tempting.”
Liverpool.com asserts that Yildiz, who has started five games for Juventus this season as a substitute, appears to be a highly talented player. Yildiz has started five games for Juventus. Nevertheless, there is a huge question over the ease with which he could be transported to Liverpool following the Brexit in question. Perhaps he is someone to keep an eye on in the future, but it is possible that this is not the case just yet.