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Liverpool are preparing to agree terms on signing £65million superstar



Liverpool were preparing to agree terms on signing £65million superstar

At Elland Road, Liverpool beat Leeds United 6-1. If they want to secure a place in the top four, they have to keep winning.

In order to be able to fight for the title next season, the Reds urgently need to strengthen their squad this summer.

A top target, Jude Bellingham is set to move elsewhere after the Merseysiders disqualified themselves from the competition to sign him.

According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool’s primary objective at the moment is to sign Mason Mount from Chelsea. The Anfield club are leading the race for the England international’s summer services, according to an exclusive story from Football Insider.

The Blues have failed to agree a new contract with the 24-year-old star, who wants to join the Reds.

It is reported that Liverpool are ready to accept the terms of the contract to complete his signing. Even the board approved the deal.

According to The Mail, the versatile midfielder is valued at around £65m. The valuation should be considered very high given that his current contract at Stamford Bridge expires in just over a year.

Chelsea are practically out of the first four races. It will be interesting to see if Mount is ready to join Liverpool if they fail to qualify for the Champions League before next season.

Two years ago, the creative star scored the winning goal of the European Cup against Manchester City.


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Football is big business these days and there’s nothing bigger than the Premier League.

With the elite of English football more popular than ever, the number of untelevised Liverpool games in the UK can be counted on the one hand, such is the club’s continued popularity and commercial appeal.

It is only because of this treasure trove of TV channels around the world that a club like Borussia Dortmund are able to seek a fee of $161m (£130m/€148m ) for Jude Bellingham.

The Reds may be out of the running for the wanted teenager this summer, but Jürgen Klopp will still need to invest heavily in his squad if he is to reverse his side’s fortunes after a poorly performing season. This may involve several first-team departures as the German seeks to balance his squad and raise additional funds to bring in the players he wants, even if Bellingham is not among them.

One thing is certain, and that is that Liverpool’s starting XI at the start of next season will look very different to whoever ends the current one.

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The change in the Premier League could revive Liverpool’s coffers

The Premier League wants to increase the number of televised matches during a season by a further 60, according to the Telegraph.

The bidding process for national broadcasting rights for the period starting from 2025/2026 will start later this year and a new player could be at the table, with tech giant Apple aiming to enter a tender worth $6.2bn (£5bn/€5.75bn), having previously signed a broadcast deal with MLS.

A new Liverpool goalkeeper could be wanted

Liverpool could be looking for a new goalkeeper for Alisson Becker, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Indeed, the Reds’ current number two, Caoimhín Kelleher, has barely counted this season and is set to target regular first-team football from next season.

Several clubs are believed to want the Cork-born shot-stopper on loan but are waiting for Jürgen Klopp to give the green light on such a move.

But Liverpool may need to follow the approach it took with Sadio Mané, letting the player’s preferences guide the ultimate decision.


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