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Liverpool ‘definitively’ intends to recruit a player from Spain for £51.3 million.


Romeo Lavia, whose future at Southampton has been uncertain for some time, is the subject of yet another narrative.

Five seasoned players have already left Liverpool during this summer’s transfer window, while two excellent young players have joined the field.


Milner, Keita, and Oxlade-Chamberlain were just a few of the midfielders whom the Reds freely let go. In addition, they just lost Fabinho to Al-Ittihad and sold captain Henderson to Al Ettifaq.

On the other hand, the Merseysiders have enticed people like Mac Allister and Szobozlai to fortify the situation in the park’s center.

In all respect, this is not the revamp of the midfield that the supporters had hoped for, and Klopp needs more additions to improve the caliber and depth of the group.

According to today’s edition of Mundo Deportivo (news image provided below), Liverpool will ‘definitively’ move to recruit Lavia from the Saints now that Fabinho’s move to Saudia is finalized.

According to the Spanish news outlet, the Anfield club has already had a 40 million euro bid for the 19-year-old sensation rejected.


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According to MD, Liverpool ‘demand’ 60 million euros (£51.3 million) from St. Mary’s in order to sign the Belgian international.

The Reds need to strengthen their defense in addition to enhancing their midfield because they conceded goals frequently the previous season.

The captain of the backline, Van Dijk, struggled mightily in the previous season but will want to improve in the next one. The new Liverpool captain has been named as the Dutch international.

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