Liverpool have reportedly made initial contact to sign two players who cost a combined £170 million to join the team this UFABET summer.
Veteran journalist Rudi Galetti has told GIVEMESPORT. Liverpool have made initial contact with Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister andWales captain Declan Rice. West Ham United before the summer transfer market After a disappointing season by Reds standards Midfield revolution is therefore necessary.
Rice and Mac Allister have both been heavily linked with a move away from their respective clubs in the summer, with ESPN recently reporting that. West Ham United want £100m to sign. Rice released the club, with Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United and Liverpool all interested in the midfielder.
Sky Sports claim Mac Allister will cost around £70m, with Liverpool among the clubs dealing with the Argentine’s side, Alex Oxlade . Chamberlain, Naby Keita and James Milner are out of contract at the end of the season. The Merseyside club are therefore required to sign a number of midfielders in the summer.
Liverpool face a battle to qualify for the UEFA Champions League and currently sit outside of the top four. This could make it difficult to attract some players before the start of next season. However, given the size of the club and considering how unusual this season has been. It could mean some potential targets.
Some of them may undoubtedly benefit them.
Galetti revealed Liverpool had made initial contact with Mac Allister and Rice, but it would be difficult for them because there are so many things going on. The club will also scout the situation, he told GIVEMESPORT : “Liverpool have a number of midfielders on their list. But at the top is Declan. Rice and Alexis Mac Allister first initial contact has now been made with both West Ham and Brighton. for both players The competition is fierce.”
Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that Liverpool recently sent a scout to watch Nice defender Jean-Claire Todibo . The centre-back, plus a few new signings in midfield, could make the Reds a formidable force next season. And give them the opportunity to win the league again But is the potential of next season’s starting XI strong enough to push Manchester City and Arsenal to the limits next season? We will have to wait and see. However, there is no doubt that it would make them greatly stronger if they were able to keep their best players.