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Liverpool has signed  Federico Chiesa  Report 



Liverpool has signed  Federico Chiesa  Report

Liverpool have been linked with a move for Juventus forward Federico Chiesa in recent weeks and could even get him at a bargain price.

The Reds have been touted as one of the sides who could make a move for Chiesa. With Juventus in trouble off the field, a number of players could end up being sold on this summer.

And according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Chiesa could be available for a bargain £36.5m.

Liverpool can sign Federico Chiesa on the cheap

GDS claims that both Liverpool and Bayern Munich are likely to be keen on Chiesa. They suggest a bid of around 45m Euros would be enough for Juve to do business. At the moment, that puts him at a fee of around £36.5m.

Chiesa has been a crucial player for both Juve and Italy over a number of seasons now.

Indeed, he was one of the stars of the show for Italy as they won the Euros, with Gigi Buffon lauding his teammate as being ‘very special’ for his performances that summer.

A player who Cristiano Ronaldo wanted with him at Manchester United, Chiesa has long been seen as one of Europe’s standout younger players.

At less than £40m, he could well be tempting for Jurgen Klopp.

More firepower to an already great frontline

The only issue Liverpool would have when it comes to signing Chiesa is where does he play. Sure, we know he’s comfortable across all the front positions. But the Reds have plenty of options there already.

Of course, it wouldn’t be the worst thing to add another quality player in the attacking area. Chiesa has bags of quality and the best teams have outstanding players in depth.

Klopp would have to find a way of making this work really. But if Liverpool can get Chiesa, then it’s yet another fine player added to the ranks at a relatively good price. relatively good price.

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A look through Dembele’s Lyon career, after all, paints the picture of a forward who cannot really count consistency among his finest attributes. He broke the 20-goal barrier in three of his five seasons at OL. In the other two, however, he scored just four times in 44 games combined. 

A lack of reliability is perhaps one of the major reasons why Dembele, with all due respect to Everton, is no longer being mentioned as an option for Europe’s genuine A-listers, at a time in which Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and more are all pursuing a number nine. 

Everton still in the mix for Moussa Dembele

Lyon confirmed last week that Dembele – who they once paid £20 million for – will leave on a free.

Fabrizio Romano reports that Everton are facing competition from Galatasaray. Both clubs are ‘informed on the conditions of the deal’. Dembele will likely be offered a far larger package in Saudi Arabia. There are a number of Middle Eastern suitors too. But the Paris-born 26-year-old appears open to a move back to Britain after spells at Fulham and Celtic. 

According to Foot Mercato, Dembele held talks with former Toffees boss Frank Lampard in January, only for an Everton side under pressure from Financial Fair Play restrictions to walk away due to the fees demanded by Lyon. Everton failed to sign Danny Ings from West Ham in similar circumstances. 

Suggestions that Everton remain in the race, five months on, may mean that Sean Dyche is happy to pick up where Lampard left off. The Toffees averaged fewer than a goal-a-game during a dreadful 2022/23 campaign. And Dembele – for all his inconsistencies – should still represent a major upgrade on Neal Maupay and an injury-hit Dominic Calvert-Lewin. 

Aston Villa and Southampton have also been linked. 

Villa appear to be prioritising other options now, however. And Southampton can no longer seriously compete after returning to the Championship.

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