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Liverpool transfer news – Youssoufa Moukoko boost, Alexis Mac Allister future, Moises Caicedo update

Liverpool transfer news, rumours, gossip and speculation including updates on Matheus Nunes, Jude Bellingham, Youssoufa Moukoko, Sofyan Amrabat and Roberto Firmino, plus all the reaction to last night’s Premier League clash with Brentford.


The transfer window is officially open and even though Liverpool have already brought in Cody Gakpo, that hasn’t stopped the rumour mill from going into overdrive.


Liverpool are being linked with a move for Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes, plus there is also a claim made about Napoli centre-back Kim Min-Jae.


We’ll have updates on any breaking developments in the potential sale of the club and, of course, all the build-up to tonight’s trip to Brentford, where Jurgen Klopp’s side will attempt to close the gap to the top four to a single point.


Julian Ward may have next Liverpool target in his sights after £135m clue

It was no surprise to hear Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui roundly dismissing Liverpool interest in Matheus Nunes on Tuesday.


The Reds are exploring their midfield options, both short and long term, and the club’s recruitment team have retained a long-standing interest in Nunes, who only moved to Wolverhampton in August from Sporting Lisbon.


“We can say that Matheus is our player, he’s a Wolves player and he’s so happy to be here,” said Lopetegui, bluntly, on Tuesday.


It was viewed as a major coup for Wolves when they signed Nunes for around £44m in August. Manchester City and Liverpool were interested and while it was Wolves and their enduring partnership with ‘super agent’ Jorge Mendes who eventually struck the right terms, the Reds have not stopped watching from afar.


Liverpool FA Youth Cup date confirmed

Liverpool will face Port Vale in the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup on Wednesday, January 11.

The young Reds will play at Vale Park.KIRKBY, ENGLAND – JANUARY 18: (THE SUN OUT, THE SUN ON SUNDAY OUT) Mateusz Musialowski (11) of Liverpool scores Liverpool’s second goal with his team mates during the FA Youth Cup game at AXA Training Centre on January 7, 2022 in Kirkby, England.


Will Liverpool finish in the Premier League’s top-four?

After the defeat to Brentford yesterday, Liverpool are now four points off Manchester United in fourth and have played a game more than the Red Devils.

Despite Champions League qualification now appearing like an uphill task, here’s how Betfair price the Reds’ chances.

To finish in the top four

Liverpool/Man Utd: 4/6

Newcastle: 10/11

Tottenham: 3/1

Chelsea: 4/1

Brighton: 20/1Ibrahima Konate scores an own goal during the match between Brentford and Liverpool


Moukoko exit ‘more likely’

The chances of Youssoufa Moukoko leaving Borussia Dortmund are becoming ‘more likely’ as both parties struggle to come to an agreement over a new deal.

Out of contract at the end of the season, Moukoko has been in talks with his current employers over extending terms but finding a compromise is proving to be problematic.

Sky Germany have reported there are still ‘no agreements’ regarding salary and the signing fee. Moukoko is reportedly demanding more than €10m (£8.8m), which Dortmund are not willing to pay.

Liverpool are among the English clubs to be linked with the promising forward, who has scored six goals and provided six assists this season.Youssoufa Moukoko of Borussia Dortmund celebrates scoring.



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