The news that Liverpool beat Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils to the signing of Cody Gakpo, who was Erik ten Hag’s top transfer target but who instead was signed by Liverpool, became public yesterday. Cody Gakpo was Erik ten Hag’s top transfer target but instead was signed by Liverpool. Cody Gakpo was Erik ten Hag’s main priority when it came to making a transfer, but Liverpool ended up acquiring his services instead.
Liverpool made the most of the circumstance by seizing the opportunity to capitalize on United’s uncertainty and acting swiftly to finalize the signing of Gakpo as a player. This allowed Liverpool to profit from United’s hesitation. Because of this, Liverpool was able to take advantage of the situation and capitalize on United’s hesitancy.
Gakpo is scheduled to undergo a series of medical evaluations at Anfield, and as soon as those assessments are concluded and it is judged that he is in good enough shape to play for Liverpool, he will immediately join the club.
An Italian journalist and transfer analyst by the name of Fabrizio Romano claims that the Red Devils are in for another unfortunate turn of events in the days leading up to the January transfer window. Romano is of the opinion that this turn of events will take place in the days leading up to the January transfer window. Romano believes that this will most likely to place due to the fact that the Red Devils will be unable to keep any of their important players. Romano claims that he was the one who first made this proclamation or prediction.
During the current winter transfer window, there has been speculation that Bayer Leverkusen defender Jeremie Frimpong will move to Old Trafford to play for Manchester United. However, Manchester United will have a difficult time securing his services within this window of time.
United has been looking for a backup goalkeeper for Diogo Dalot for the past few months, and Frimpong has been a real possibility for the club. Frimpong’s name has been brought up in connection with the search.
By saying this over and over again, Ten Hag has made it clear that Aaron Wan-Bissaka is not part of his plans. The Englishman’s name has been linked to a few different Premier League teams. Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Fulham, and West Ham United are some of these teams. Wolverhampton Wanderers, Crystal Palace, and West Ham United are all part of this group. This group also includes West Ham United.
A recent report said that Malo Gusto, a fullback from Lyon, and Frimpong, who played for the Netherlands at the World Cup, have both signed contracts with the United board. Frimpong was one of the people who played for the Netherlands in the World Cup. Frimpong was a member of the team that represented their country at the World Cup.
Romano claims that the following statement about Jeremie Frimpong is true: “Bayer Leverkusen want to keep Jeremie Frimpong at least until the end of the season, unless a “crazy” bid is made.”
At the moment, there are no negotiations happening.
Because a lot of big teams are interested in Frimpong, Leverkusen expects to get a lot of big offers for him over the course of the summer. Leverkusen is now looking forward to getting these bids because they are interested.
Throughout the month of January, it does not seem likely that United will make any “wild” ideas regarding Frimpong. The fact that the club is suffering financial issues is hardly a secret; in fact, this knowledge is rather well spread. When you consider both of these factors, it almost looks as though placing a bid on the Dutchman should be put on hold in favor of focusing on the acquisition of a striker as the most crucial action to do at this moment.