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Liverpool has signed a talented super start player£125,000 …..



Liverpool has signed a talented super start player£125,000 …..

Liverpool wanted to sign Aurelien Tchouameni last summer but he opted to leave Monaco to join Real Madrid instead.

According to the latest reports, the French international is once again on the radar at Anfield.

News – £52m star’s move to Liverpool a matter of time – Deal imminent

As per 90min, Liverpool have contacted the European champions and are willing to finally sign Tchouameni this summer.

The news source have mentioned that the Merseysiders have made the Los Blancos aware they would even be prepared to have him on a season long loan.

Madrid have a lot of quality and depth in the center of the park with stars like Kroos, Modric, Valverde, Tchouameni and Camavinga around.

It is reported that Kroos and Modric are expected to extend their stay at the Bernabeu and the Spanish side are also set to further strengthen the midfield by signing Bellingham.

In such a scenario, the World Cup 2022 star, who has not regularly started lately, could drop further down the pecking order and may look to leave.

The 23-year-old defensive midfielder has not started a single game in the KO stages of the Champions League this season and has only featured for 37 minutes.

He only came on as a substitute in the last six minutes of the semi final (1st leg) clash against PL champions, Manchester City.

The Anfield club have admired the Les Bleus star for a long time and would like to secure his signature.

The former Monaco man’s current contract with the La Liga giants will expire in 2028 and he earns around £125,000 a week (Football Transfers):

Fabinho has been our prime defensive midfielder over the years but he has not been at this best this term and will turn 30 later in 2023.

Sooner or later, we will have to replace the Brazilian. In your opinion, should Liverpool move in to finally sign Aurelien Tchouameni?


“I can only see one outcome” – Chris Sutton makes prediction for Leicester vs Liverpool

BBC pundit Chris Sutton predicts a comfortable 3-1 victory for Liverpool against Leicester City in the Premier League. The game at the King Power Stadium is scheduled to take place on Monday (May 15).

Sutton believes that the Reds will have too much quality for a Leicester side currently struggling to get out of the relegation zone. Jurgen Klopp’s side are on a six-match winning run in the league and have rekindled their hopes to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League. They are just one point behind fourth-placed Manchester United, who have a game in hand.

In his prediction, Sutton pointed out Leicester’s defensive vulnerabilities this season. He, hence, predicted the Reds to score three goals past them on Monday.

Writing in his column for BBC Sport, Chris Sutton was quoted as saying the following:

“The Foxes really need to start doing their talking on the pitch, but I think they are in for a tough night against a Liverpool side who have won six games in a row and have their eyes firmly on a Champions League spot. Liverpool are just relentless at the moment, and Leicester leak a lot of goals whoever they play because their defence is so bad.”

He added:

“It should be an entertaining game because both teams are much better when they come forward, and I also think Dean Smith’s side will score – but Liverpool will score more, and I can only see one outcome.”

Leicester City are currently languishing in 18th place having amassed just 30 points this season with three games remaining in the season. The 2016 league champions are two points behind 17th-placed Everton.

Dean Smith’s side face top-four chasing Liverpool and Newcastle United in their next two games before ending their season with a home game against West Ham United.

How did Liverpool do against Leicester City earlier this season?

The Merseysiders secured a narrow 2-1 victory over Leicester City at Anfield on December 30. The Reds, however, did not score a single goal through any of their own players on that occasion.

Leicester defender Wout Faes, unfortunately, netted two own goals past his own goalkeeper to hand the hosts all three points on the night. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall did open the scoring for the Foxes in the fourth minute before Faes’ two own goals at the 38 and 45-minute mark.

It is worth mentioning that the Reds have beaten Leicester City in each of their last two games in the Premier League. Dean Smith’s side last beat the Merseyside outfit back in December 2021 (1-0). Current Atalanta attacker Ademola Lookman scored the solitary goal in that particular fixture at the King Power Stadiu

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