All the latest transfer rumors involving Liverpool.
While Liverpool’s title bid has been put on the back burner during the current international break, transfer speculation involving the Reds shows no signs of abating.
As has been the case for the past few months, the focus continues to be on Mo Salah’s contract situation on Merseyside, but there is also talk of a potential blow to a promising midfield talent.
Here’s all the latest Liverpool transfer news…
The hope of the Salah agreement
Liverpool owners remain hopeful of agreeing a new long-term contract with Mo Salah, according to Football Insider.
There has been widespread uncertainty over what the future holds for the Egyptian winger, with talks over a new deal stalled and his current deal set to expire in 2023.
It is understood that a large part of the issue surrounding any potential extension relates to Salah’s wage demands, but according to this latest report, there is hope that the 29-year-old will eventually lower his asking price so he can stay at Anfield.
Any deal would still be ‘huge’, but with a lack of viable alternative destinations, both in England and abroad, it is suggested that Liverpool chiefs increasingly believe he will stay put in the months to come. to come.
Mane gets away with it
From one contract to another, Goal report that a deal that would see Sadio Mane extend his current deal at Anfield is even further away than Salah’s.
The Senegalese star is also out of contract with the Reds in 2023, and so far there are no indications that talks between the player and the club are underway.
It’s not all bad news, however, with this latest update claiming that Mane is ‘relaxed’ about his situation, while Jurgen Klopp has reportedly urged the board to get a deal done sooner rather than later.
Liverpool are keen on Vitinha
Liverpool are reportedly interested in a potential deal for FC Porto midfielder Vitinha, who is valued at around £33m by the Portuguese club.
The 22-year-old has already spent time in the Premier League having previously enjoyed a positive loan spell with Wolves, and according to Record, via sports witnesscould be brought back to England by the Reds in the coming months.
Klopp’s men aren’t the only side keen on the promising talent, however, with Bayern Munich also identified as potential suitors.