Liverpool could become ‘contenders’ for ‘sensational’ £110m star at Anfield.
Exclusive: Christian Falk reckons Jurgen Klopp would interested in sᴜʀᴘʀɪsᴇ alternative to Bellingham transfer if Dortmund move fails
If Liverpool are unable to sign Jude Bellingham this summer, Christian Falk believes that Jurgen Klopp would be willing to spend a considerable amount of money to acquire Joko Gvardiol. Falk has shared this idea with us.
The Merseyside club has made the 19-year-old their primary priority for the remainder of the current campaign; however, it is anticipated that any additional ventures into the transfer window will concentrate mostly on reinforcements to the team’s central midfield position.
According to an exclusive statement made by a reporter for BILD who spoke with CaughtOffside, “it would be excellent for Liverpool if Joko Gvardiol stayed another season since they can’t complete two transfers like Bellingham and Gvardiol – they’d have to pay nearly €100 million.”
“Christopher Nkunku will be moving to Chelsea this summer, therefore Leipzig will be losing one player but earning a lot of money in return; as a result, there is no need for Leipzig to sell another player.” There are not a lot of clubs that are able to afford the price.
If Liverpool are unable to sign Jude Bellingham and still have funds available, they have demonstrated in the past that they are willing to spend a significant amount of money on a defensive player.
There is a possibility that it will work out for Liverpool, and it is important to keep in mind that Jurgen Klopp is highly aware of what is going on in the Bundesliga; thus, I believe that he would be interested.
“I have a feeling that Gvardiol would like to take the next step, and if there is an offer on the table, he will most surely think about what choices he has. Leipzig’s position on the topic will shift if a club from the Premier League expresses interest in making a payment of this magnitude in the summer.
Joe Gomez still has much to prove in terms of his ability to safeguard the future of the backline alongside Ibrahima Konate beyond Virgil van Dijk, making a move for a top, young center-back seems inevitable in the relatively near future. This is because Joel Matip’s future is somewhat uncertain as a result of a contract that is set to expire in 2024, and because Joel Matip’s contract is set to expire in 2024. In addition, the future of the backline.
It remains to be seen which of these enormous sums will serve as the focal point of our attempts to move them, as we are talking about a lot of money.
Because of the overwhelming severity of the problems that Liverpool is experiencing in the center of the field, logic suggests that the club’s recruitment team will give the middle of the field the highest priority in their plans for the summer transfer window.
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Liverpool are being linked with a move for a Bundesliga defender, as are Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and PSG
If one were to accept the most recent rᴜmours, Liverpool may make a bid to acquire a new defender over the next few months.
The January transfer window is still active, and rᴜmors continue to circulate that the Reds may be interested in adding new players to their roster. The position of midfielder continues to be the one that is receiving the most attention in terms of the team’s need to strengthen its roster.
This month has already seen the addition of one new player thanks to Jurgen Klopp’s recruitment efforts. Cody Gakpo has moved to Ajax from PSV Eindhoven as part of a deal that has a potential value of more than £40 million. Now, a recent report has suggested that Liverpool may be interested in acquiring a new defender in the near future. Ben Jacobs, a journalist, claims that the Reds have expressed an interest in center back Evan Ndicka, who now plays for Eintracht Frankfurt.
Jacobs has asserted, when speaking on the Football Terrace, that Liverpool are one of a number of clubs that are expressing interest in signing Ndicka during the summer. Jacobs’s statement supports the notion that Liverpool are among such clubs. It has been suggested that a number of teams, including Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Paris Saint-Germain, are competing with one another to acquire the player.
According to Jacobs, “this is a guy that is being aggressively chased and will be a wonderful asset in the summer,” provided that Eintracht Frankfurt and the player do not reach an agreement on a new deal.
The man who is 23 years old is the subject of a manhunt that spans the all of Europe. Possible candidates include Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea. Liverpool have been keeping a close eye on him as well as a wide range of other players all throughout Europe. There is also the possibility of PSG.
“Top player, fantastic value, stands at 6 feet 4 inches, is a modern defender, has had a wonderful season so far for Eintracht Frankfurt, and can contribute goals as well.
“There are two things that need to be said here in a hurry. The first thing that we need to keep in mind is that if the player is eligible for a free transfer, then a move during the summer is going to be an utter crαzy race to try to sign them.
“The second issue is that it is only natural for things to become problematic in the event that a new agreement is reached. However, as of right now, the general consensus is that the player might be made available to another team for free.