Liverpool transfer news: FSG are closing in on a decisive battle to beat their Premier League competition, with a potential Mohamed Salah replay on the horizon. | soccer4u
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Liverpool transfer news: FSG are closing in on a decisive battle to beat their Premier League competition, with a potential Mohamed Salah replay on the horizon.



Liverpool transfer news: FSG are closing in on a decisive battle to beat their Premier League competition, with a potential Mohamed Salah replay on the horizon.

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Liverpool probably expected to focus only on the transfer market now. Less than a month ago, the most likely outcome seemed to be that the season would fade on the field, with the aim of making sure next season gets better.
Instead, Liverpool are in an unlikely top-four chase. While remaining the outsider, the likes of Alisson, Mohamed Salah and a rejuvenated Curtis Jones formed the backbone of a six-game attack, with Leicester next looking to finish the season with nine wins from nine.
This would at least give Jürgen Klopp a chance to return to the Champions League. This would in turn give Liverpool and FSG a healthier budget to work with, potentially affecting transfer plans.

But Liverpool know they can’t wait for the top four position to be settled before they start planning the transfer window as it’s a crucial summer as the club look to rebuild. Of course, several targets have already been named and the latest news suggests that FSG could be close to finalizing a deal. Meanwhile, a new name has emerged which echoes the deal which brought Salah to Anfield.
Here’s’s verdict on the transfer gossip swirling around the Reds today. Liverpool are ready to end the race for Alexis Mac Allister by agreeing a deal with Brighton.
According to The Mirror, who claim FSG are set to make a crucial $87m (£70m/€80m) move, with the player himself set to sign despite interest from Manchester United and Arsenal to sign up for Liverpool. The talks are said to be ‘long’ as James Milner is expected to go the other way on a free transfer.
Interestingly, Liverpool are also seen as ‘favourites’ to sign Mason Mount from Chelsea, although the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino could make the Londoners a more reluctant seller. says: Everything seems to be going in the right direction as far as a deal for Mac Allister is concerned. This is great news for Liverpool as the world champions are a huge talent in an ideal age group.
The Mirror’s claim that Klopp sees him as ‘reasonable compensation’ for pulling out of the race to sign Jude Bellingham may be a little worrying, but the story also says the manager is asking three midfielders to do it. It sounds like a storm in a teacup. . Whether FSG can replace and overtake the Borussia Dortmund star with several newcomers will be a crucial question for next season.
A young talent sold by Chelsea ends up at Roma. It’s a story that has already had a very happy ending for Liverpool. Now FSG could be looking to stage a repeat of Salah, with Tammy Abraham the subject of eager looks from a number of clubs. According to Fichajes, six Premier League teams want to facilitate his return, including Liverpool.
In true Chelsea fashion, the Blues are linked with his return to Stamford Bridge, although it seems unlikely that former manager José Mourinho, who now manages Roma, will give him any special treatment. Manchester United, Spurs, Newcastle and Aston Villa are also mentioned.
Unlike Salah’s case, Abraham actually enjoyed real success in the Premier League but carried on nonetheless. Although he didn’t explode at Roma like the Egyptian, he certainly showed his talent and it wouldn’t be a surprise if the 25-year-old returns to these shores sooner rather than later.

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Wherever you are in the world – in the US, UK or elsewhere – you don’t want to miss it. says: “Simply keeping an eye on the players Chelsea have let go is a not entirely unacceptable transfer strategy, for which there are countless tales of regret from youngsters and senior executives alike. swollen.” Especially considering the current difficult situation, Abraham certainly falls into this category. However, as tempting as it is to follow Salah’s model, Abraham entered the market at the wrong time. It’s still not 100% clear if he would have the quality to succeed and he would face an impressive front line to earn a place in Klopp’s squad.
Ultimately, Liverpool’s recruitment priorities will be elsewhere – notably Mount as Chelsea’s next manager – but it will be interesting to see what comes next for Abraham.


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