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Liverpool finally get the chance to sign Jurgen Klopp target with a £865m release clause 

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Liverpool may soon have the chance to make a smart move towards one of Jurgen Klopp’s long-term goals.

Liverpool may finally get a chance to make a wise move in the summer for one of Jurgen Klopp’s long-term targets without paying his incredible release clause. The Reds have strengthened their ranks using the market to their advantage in recent weeks, with Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai joining the club at the end of last season.

The Merseyside giants are unlikely to stop there as they are looking to build a squad capable of returning to the top four in the Premier League next season. Several high-profile targets have been linked with Liverpool ahead of the new season and Barcelona midfielder Gavi could be another name on the table after being linked with the Reds in recent years.

The teenage player is said to have been admired by Liverpool for some time, with initial links emerging last summer when he was negotiating a new contract at Barcelona. He eventually signed new terms at Camp Nou in September in a deal that included a huge £865m release clause, which remains in force to this day.

However, it looks like Liverpool could entice Catalan heavyweights to sell Gavi for less after their offer to Paris Saint-Germain in a Kylian Mbappe swap failed. According to The Telegraph, several offers were made to PSG last month, with Gavi being one of three players included in partial swap offers but were quickly dropped.

This suggests that Barcelona may not be entirely opposed to the idea of ​​selling Gavi if Liverpool can make it worth it, with the Red Devils still unlikely to succeed unless a substantial transfer fee is put on the table. . He is considered one of Barcelona’s most promising talents and will play an important role this season after making 49 appearances in all competitions.

Gavi is certainly a player capable of shining at Liverpool, but a potential transfer would still pose some challenges from the six-time European champion’s point of view. Some other Premier League clubs may be better off offering sky-high salaries to tempt the midfielder, while Liverpool’s salary structure is only affected in exceptional situations, such as school. of a new contract with Mohamed Salah last summer.

It remains to be seen whether the Red Devils will eventually solidify their interest in Gavi following Barcelona’s decision to suggest him to PSG, although Xavi still appears to be an avid fan of the bridge. player and recently asserted that he is ‘no ceiling’ after his impressive display against Real Madrid in January.

“I’m speechless,” the Barcelona boss said when asked about Gavi. “He has pure passion, a pure soul. It leaves a bad taste in my mouth when he’s not playing. He’s infectious to the team and he’s only 18 years old. The heart he put into it was amazing. Gavi is a kid who gets us all excited.

“He brings soul and character and passes it on to the rest of the team. He’s a born leader and that comes from within. The rage that comes out of him is breathtaking. I never tire of praising it. This boy has no ceiling.”

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