Klopp eyeing more Liverpool signings

Solenn Plantier
Août 7, 2017

The Catalan club have been given the green light by Liverpool to make their offer for the Brazilian playmaker, and a €100 million deal is on the cards.

Even before Neymar's move, Sport claimed past year there was regular contact between the player's representatives and Barca and the club now clearly see him as a transfer target.

Liverpool's stance remains that the player is not for sale at any price.

Philippe Coutinho of Liverpool celebrates scoring his sides third goal during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool at London Stadium.

Now, according to the report, only the transfer fee with the Premier League club needs finalised and whilst negotiations have not been easy, a deal of €100m is said to be likely.

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"90 Min link two sources in the Spanish press and write that "?Sport believe Liverpool have agreed to let their star man leave. Dominic Solanke has caught the eye, Sadio Mane reminded everyone in Munich why he made the PFA team of the year last season and the promising Trent Alexander-Arnold will be written about frequently in the next 12 months. No. Coutinho will have had his head turned by Barcelona's call but Klopp has to turn it back.

However, he does think that Klopp needs to strengthen his side before the end of the summer transfer window, especially in light of the injury to Adam Lallana.

"We always said that until 31 August we run through the world with open eyes".

The Evening Standard reports that Rafa Benitez is targeting fringe Arsenal forward Lucas Perez, although he would rather bring the 28-year-old to Newcastle on a loan deal - with the Gunners valuing him at more than £13 million.

"Alberto Moreno is 100 per cent back, which is very nice after a really hard year", the Liverpool boss said.

"Andy Robertson has shown all the skills he's got.

It will be used to improve the club and with this it means that we are in a great position to sign players".

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