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Done deal Liverpool  agree£50million signing–Report….



Done deal Liverpool  agree£50million signing–Report….

Liverpool are in pole position to sign Mason Mount from Chelsea, who will not be taking part in any European competition next season.

According to The Star (news image provided below), Liverpool lead to agree the signing of Mount for a fee of around £50million but incoming boss, Pochettino, would try to hold on to the player.

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Jurgen Klopp has told the management that he needs at least three quality midfielders to reinforce things in the center of the park.

Mount directly contributed in 18 goals for the Blues in their Champions League winning 2020-21 season. He set up the winning goal in the final vs Manchester City.

Last term, the 24-year-old star directly contributed in 29 goals in all competitions under Tuchel and helped the team win the FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

This season, the England international has scored 3 goals and provided 6 assists for the Stamford Bridge club but has missed a lot of games due to injury concerns.

Liverpool need a goalscoring midfielder like Mount, who can play in multiple roles on the field. The Three Lions star has ample quality and experience under his belt.

As per Adam Crafton, the Merseysiders are “pressing hard” to lure the Chelsea star, who is also on the radar of Arsenal.

In your view, should Liverpool pay £50million to sign Mason Mount?


Liverpool on cusp of delivering Tottenham and Aston Villa hammer blows and achieving new aim

Liverpool face Leicester City in the Premier League and are on the brink of qualifying for the Europa League.

Liverpool need just one more point to effectively qualify for next season’s Europa League.

The Reds are still firmly in the hunt to make it into the Champions League for a seventh successive season. Having been in underwhelming form for much of the season, a run of six straight victories – and an eight-match unbeaten run – means that Jurgen Klopp’s side are now four points outside of the Premier League top four.

Yet the Liverpool manager has conceded on several occasions that it’s unlikely that his side will catch either Manchester United or Newcastle United. Klopp said last month: “It’s not that we started the season and said if we can qualify for the Europa League it would be fantastic, but the season taught us a few things, and that’s absolutely fine. If it’s Europa League, it’s Europa League.”

Not being in the Champions League will be a blow to Liverpool financially. But Klopp is being pragmatic about the situation. The Europa League is better than the Europa Conference League – and not being in a European competition altogether.

And should the Reds earn a draw against Leicester City tonight, they’ll all but be in the Europa League for 2023-24. Teams who finish in fifth and sixth-place in the Premier League will earn qualification, with Liverpool and Brighton occupying the respective berths.

A point at the King Power Stadium will take Klopp’s troops to 63 points. That will see them move six points ahead of seventh-placed Tottenham Hotspur and eighth-placed Aston Villa with two matches of the season remaining.

Although Spurs and Villa could finish level on 63 points, Liverpool’s goal difference is far superior. The Reds are currently on +25 while Tottenham are on +6 and Villa on +4. In truth, it is highly unlikely that either a 19-goal or 21-goal swing will occur in the final two games.

Meanwhile, a win for the Reds at Leicester will definitely see them book their spot in next campaign’s Europa League. It’ll also mean that the pressure is cranked up on Man Utd and Newcastle, although the pair will have played one fixture fewer.

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