Patson Daka’s transfer to Liverpool has been ‘confirmed,’ while Alexander Isak’s release clause has been activated.
Every day, a slew of new players get connected to Liverpool.
This summer, Jurgen Klopp welcomed Ibrahima Konate to his squad, but who else can we expect to see at Anfield?
We look at the most recent rumors from across the world and assign a probability rating to them.
Patson Daka is a character in the film Patson Daka.
There are numerous sources.
Patson Daka has reportedly signed a £25 million agreement with Leicester City.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, a deal has been made with RB Salzburg.
After scoring 34 goals for Salzburg previous season, Daka was thought to be on the radar of Liverpool, Chelsea, and RB Leipzig.
Leicester have already signed a deal for Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare, while free-agent left-back Ryan Bertrand is said to be a target.
Alexander Isak, a Euro 2020 hopeful.
Sport Witness has translated AS.
Liverpool is said to be the next club to show interest in Alexander Isak of Sweden.
Arsenal and Chelsea are rumoured to be interested in the 21-year-old Real Sociedad striker who drew attention at EURO2020.
As a result of Isak’s 17 goals last season, AS believes the Premier League has gone ‘wild’ for the striker, who has a £65 million release clause.
Liverpool must strengthen their forward ranks over the next 12 months with Divock Origi up-for-sale and the futures of Takumi Minamino and Xherdan Shaqiri unclear.
Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are all 29.
It is claimed Manchester United are closing in on a £75m deal for Jadon Sancho.
Liverpool have been linked with the Borussia Dortmund forward but it is reported United have have held further talks after an initial bid was turned down and are ‘super confident’ of completing a move.
The forward would seriously strengthen the ranks of United, who are also linked with Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane.
Kicker of Germany.
Kicker report Liverpool are eyeing Hoffenheim 21-year-old Christoph Baumgartner as a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum.
The report claims Baumgartner ‘lacks class and experience’ but is a ‘mischief maker’.
Not sure if that is good or not to be honest.
But the report – translated by Sport Witness – also states the midfielder is ‘held in high esteem’ by Liverpool.