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12 Apr 2024 13:18:08
Hi Eds,

Who do you see being sold in the summer?

Salah to Saudi for hig money
Diaz because he's tweaking for Barca

Do you see Nunez being soldnas he's diabolical in front on goal?

{Ed002's Note - Perhaps something like this:
Marcelo Pitaluga (G) Needs to consider his future or bide his time at Liverpool. Struggling in the League of Ireland.
Caoimhín Kelleher (G) Decision time for the player and Wolves may try to tempt him after some scouting. Celtic have spoken with his representative.
Vitezslav Jaros (G) Having a good loan at Sturm Graz and perhaps an option to take over as number two but he may want more game time.
Adrian (G) Out of contract in the summer and will depart.
Anderson Arroyo (RB) Time to move on. Zero chance at Liverpool after seven loans in five years.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (RB/RWB/RM) Seen by Real Madrid as an option to Reece James. May offer an exchange for Rodrygo Goes or could try and persuade the player's agent to have their client run down his contract.
Kostas Tsimikas (LB) Agent previously said he was being forced out of the club to raise €20M or more. Since then it has been quiet and I am not aware of any approaches.
Nat Phillips (CB) Time to move on come the summer.
Sepp van den Berg (CB) He won't get a chance at Liverpool and will likely be sold in the summer to taise funds - could be a mistake by the club. There is no option to buy for Mainz.
Billy Koumetio (CB) Seemingly not worked out. Basel may offer a route away from Liverpool.
Joel Matip (CB) Time has come in my view and Besiktas would like to take him but his agent suggests he will be offered a contract extension. Saudi PL may offer a solution.
Joe Gomez (CB) Agent is talking to Michael Emanalo but I doubt Liverpool will want anymore HG players to leave.
Virgil van Dijk (CB) I am told that van Dijk's agents have said that had approaches from both Real Madrid and Barcelona. Real Madrid see VvD as a low cost solution in terms of transfer fee but need to make space in the wage structure. Barcelona offer an option but will need to agree sales first. At this point in time it will be very general enquiries only and I doubt either club will move for him.
Rhys Williams (CB) Will need to find a new home which will likely mean dropping down a tier.
Bobby Clark (CM) Loan possible.
Curtis Jones (CM) Getting more game time. Liverpool will not sell.
Thiago Alcantara (CM) His representatives have spoken to Barcelona about the player finishing his career back at the club but he would need to have reduced wages. Seems unlikely. Galatasaray or Flamengo may offer an option - else it will need to be the ME. Out of contract.
Fabio Carvalho (AM/LW) Available.
Kaide Gordan (W) At the behest of his agent Birmingham City have again asked for a loan, perhaps with an option to buy. Seems to have no future at Liverpool and such a move would be good for the player.
Mateusz Musialowski (RW) Out of contract in the summer. Another Liverpool player that Birmingham has an interest in. Basel and Leeds offer options.
Diogo Jota (LW) With the addition of Gakpo and Diaz performing well, Jota may just be sacrificed to bring in much needed funds. I am not aware of any interest just yet but JM will be looking for suiters. I am not aware of any approach from Newcastle and whilst his father speaks of Barcelona, such a move seems very unlikely give there other plans.
Luis Diaz (LW) Could be surplus. His agent already has one player in the Saudi league and has been offering another high profile player he has - so he may well be looking at Diaz as well given Liverpool are well stocked in the position. Al-Hillal may offer a solution. Liverpool will likely resist a deal but could look to a deal with Barcelona if they are serious about Raphinha. Using him in part exchange for another may be possible. Thoughts that PSG want him as an Mbappe replacement seem wide of the mark to me given they have very clear targets already, but his agent has approached PSG - but no more than that. Father says he wants to move to Spain.
Mo Salah (RW) His agent is hawking him around for one last big payday - Saudi Pro League with the support of Michael Emenalo would certainly seem the most likely destination with Al-Ittihad. Liverpool will look to try and do something to have him extend but his agent will look for a significant increase in salary.

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13 Apr 2024 16:21:05
I wonder how big a clear-out will happen once Klopp and his alleged loyalty to certain players is gone.

13 Apr 2024 15:29:01
Wow thanks Ed002.

So Allison, Mac Allister and Nunez are staying ?.

13 Apr 2024 21:26:23
Strange Gordon seen as having no future. Been injured for two years so can't be unhappy about game time. back building his fitness with the 21's and doing well, scored a cracker against Utd lastnight.

13 Apr 2024 18:45:21
Seen a rumour linking us with Inacio, Edwards and Grimaldo, any likeliness of these coming off.

{Ed002's Note - Goncalo Inacio (CB) Watched by scouts from a number of PL sides, including Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United, with each declaring an interest. Sporting will not be keen to do business with Liverpool although the club could potentially arrange to pay his full Release Clause in a single payment and force the situation if the player is interested - and that seems a strong possibility. The other sides to declare an interest are Newcastle and PSG, but PSG have a plan over another player but it is looking unlikely he will join - so Inacio might become the focus. Real Madrid offer a wildcard option. Sporting would rather not sell and are looking to a further new contract and an increased release clause. Newcastle have held talks with Sporting in order to be able to speak directly to the player and to understand if there is flexibility in the payment schedule – but there isn't. Arsenal interest would have departed with the signing of Timber although it has returned with the injury to Timber and impending departures. They are actively seeking talks with Sporting. The player has also been offered to Chelsea by his agent when discussing another player, but they have preferred options for a long-term Silva replacement although do have an interest in Inacio's CB partner Diomande. Arsenal have made a tentative offer that has been rejected. The player's agent has also said that Inacio is open to a move to Manchester United and they may push depending on departures.
Alejandro Grimaldo (LWB) No intention of leaving Bayer Leverkusen having rejected Manchester City and Leeds. Bayern Munich have the player on a short list of options to replace Alphonso Davies.
Marcus Edwards (RW/AM) Spurs would like to re-sign the player they let leave for Guimaraes and there is interest from West Ham, but that will go nowhere. Crystal Palace have a declared interest. Discussed with Chelsea on an informal basis and on the list of RW/AM players Chelsea need - but they have a preferred options. Could prove a suitable Salah replacement for Liverpool but Sporting may still have no interest in dealing with Liverpool and they have preferred options, but with a change of coach that may change. Manchester United see him as a potential addition and have declared an interest - but much will depend on what happens in the summer with the coach. Sporting has no interest in selling and would demand his full release clause in a single payment.}

14 Apr 2024 11:37:21
Ed, you think Musialowski won't be offered to stay, or is he wanting to leave? I thought he was very highly thought of.

I'd personally prefer Jota over Gakpo, I just think he's a much better finisher. Although he gets injured quite a bit. Gakpo seems quite good with injuries.

{Ed002's Note - I am told that Mateusz Musialowski is very well thought of but as we stand right now he is out of contract in the summer and not getting game time.}

14 Apr 2024 13:06:41
He seemed to not grow up and head down, I hope it works out for him somewhere as looked talented at a young age.



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