Knock knock! Liverpool’s £50m third signing about to come

Liverpool are said to be close to completing a £50m move of Romeo Lavia from Southampton, having beaten rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.

The Reds have successfully recruited two midfielders, Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister, in the midfield overhaul plan of coach Jurgen Klopp. There have been questions about whether a third midfielder will join the club, amid concerns about overcapacity in that position.

But after James Milner, Naby Keita, Arthur Melo and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were all gone, and Thiago and Jordan Henderson were also about to part, Liverpool were forced to spend heavily to sign Romeo Lavia – a possible deal. was pegged for £50 million, according to the British press.

Manu Kone and Khephren Thuram were once Liverpool targets, but now it seems they are only focused on Lavia. Journalist Pete O’Rourke said that the 19-year-old Belgian has decided to join the Anfield team.

With Romeo Lavia wanting to leave Southampton, perhaps personal terms will not be an issue, although Liverpool have yet to reach a final agreement on the transfer fee. Liverpool target Lavia as a more defensive midfielder, aiming to support Mac Allister and Szoboszlai, while providing a rotation option for Fabinho.

Liverpool’s disastrous signature can return to the Premier League

According to the Daily Mail, Wolves intend to recruit the Brazilian midfielder. A second chance to play in the Premier League is opening up for the 26-year-old star.

According to a report from the Daily Mail, Wolves plan to sign Arthur Melo . In the 2022/2023 season, the Brazilian midfielder plays for Liverpool on loan from Juventus. Unfortunately, the 26-year-old star did not meet expectations when he was sidelined most of the time by injury.

According to the Daily Mail, Saudi teams have sent an attractive offer to Melo. On the Juventus side, the Italian team is ready to let Melo leave if it receives a reasonable offer, thereby solving financial difficulties.


Melo has an uncertain future.

Sharing about the gloomy time in his career, Melo said: “I think I was unlucky. However, that story is far back in the past. At the moment, I feel better. much more than before.”

” I want to get my boots back on the pitch, get back to my best form. I’ve been through some tough times in my career. It’s important that I have the support of everyone, Jurgen Klopp and the entire coaching staff to my teammates. The dressing room has helped me a lot . “

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