According to a recent ruмor, Benfica has informed Liverpool that they would not accept their offer of £88 million for Manchester United target Enzo Fernandez.
Enzo Fernandez traveled to Qatar for the World Cup about six weeks ago, despite the facт that he had never started a match while representing Argentina.
On the other hand, he was awarded the title of best young player at the competition and proclaimed world champion on the previous Sunday.
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The astounding play of the 21-year-old has gotten the attention of some of the best clubs in Europe, and there are rumors that Liverpool, Manchester United, and Real Madrid are all interested in signing him. His performances have caught the attention of some of the greatest teams in Europe.
And a new report indicates that the club headed by Jurgen Klopp, who are desperately in need of midfield reinforcements, have reportedly made a sizable bid to acquire the services of the Benfica star in order to fulfill their transfer goals.
Liverpool see £88million bid rejected
A story that was published in the Portuguese newspaper Correio de Manh indicates that the Eagles have rejected Liverpool’s substantial offer of €100 million (about £88 million) for Fernandez. The report was published in the Portuguese newspaper.
Benfica president Rui Costa, on the other hand, categorically declined the offer in order to give higher priority to the ongoing initiative that the club is working on, in which Fernandez plays a significant part. This decision was made in order to give higher priority to the ongoing initiative that the club is working on.
The rumor states that Benfica will not take into consideration any offer that is less than €120 million (or £105 million), which is the purported amount that the player’s release clause is set at.
Claims of Liverpool and Fernandez deal false
It has been established, according to prior reports, that the allegations that Liverpool and Fernandez had come to an agreement about Fernandez are not true. This was found to be the case when it was determined that the assertions had been established.
There were rumors going around the previous week that the Merseysiders had reached a deal to sign the midfielder. This week, there were no such rumors. It has been reported in both the Portuguese daily Record and the Spanish publication Diario AS that the player who wins the World Cup has signed a pre-agreement with Liverpool in anticipation of a possible move to Anfield.
In contrast, Pedro Seplveda, a Portuguese journalist who writes for SIC Noticias, stated in a tweet that “it is totally false that there is an agreement with Liverpool or any other team for Enzo Fernández.” Pedro Seplveda is a contributor to SIC Noticias.
At this time, there are not any negotiations taking place with any of the clubs. Enzo will only be put up for sale by Benfica in the month of January because of the release clause. The asking price for the sale is 120 million euros.