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Liverpool Revealed: Liverpool has signed Juventus striker who is Newcastle, Bayern Munich and Manchester City target A MONSTER 



Revealed: Liverpool has signed Juventus striker who is Newcastle, Bayern Munich and Manchester City target A MONSTER

Liverpool are reportedly readying a bid for Federico Chiesa, with Juventus said to be demanding €60 million (£51m/$65m) from a summer transfer.

Italy international wanted at AnfieldBianconeri set asking priceKlopp also keen on Celta midfielder

WHAT HAPPENED? The Reds are looking to strengthen their ranks at Anfield following a 2022-23 campaign in which they could only muster a fifth-place finish in the Premier League and missed out on Champions League qualification. Euro 2020-winning Italy international forward Chiesa is now registering on their recruitment radar.

THE BIGGER PICTURE: Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Liverpool are preparing to move for the talented 25-year-old, but only value him at around €40m-45m – which sits some way short of Juve’s asking price. The Serie A giants may be talked into doing a deal as they cannot afford to meet the demands of a new contract for Chiesa.

AND WHAT’S MORE: Meanwhile, Mundo Deportivo reports that Liverpool are also expressing interest in Celta Vigo midfielder Gabri Veiga. The 21-year-old registered 11 goals and four assists last season and has a €40m (£34m/$43m) release clause in his contract. Chelsea are another side keeping a close eye on the exciting youngster’s development.





WHAT NEXT? Liverpool are expected to be busy in the summer window, and already have a deal for Argentine World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister wrapped up, with Jurgen Klopp seeking to bolster his ranks across the board.

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Fabio Carvalho “closing in” on Bundesliga loan – option to buy possible
Fabio Carvalho has not been short of potential suitors for next season, but he is now “closing in” on a loan move to Germany.

Immediately after the close of the season, Carvalho’s future was thrown into the headlines after his debut season ended with just 638 minutes across 21 appearances.

The 20-year-old and the club were both prepared to listen to offers, which did not take long with RB Leipzig at the front of the queue.

Their initial offer was “dismissed as derisory,” in the region of £10 million, with Liverpool eager to only listen to loan proposals for a player they see “as a future starter.”

According to Football Insider‘s David Lynch, Leipzig have now acted accordingly to land Carvalho on loan for the 2023/24 season, with the youngster “closing in” on making the switch.

Carvalho’s preference was for a move to Germany over a switch to another Premier League club, with West Ham, Brentford and Burnley all having enquired about a temporary switch.

The finer details of the loan “have yet to be finalised” and that includes whether or not an option to buy will be included in the deal.

With Liverpool having taken a hardline stance on only finding a loan move, it will need to be a compelling figure for that clause to be possible, one would imagine.

Carvalho will be eager to avoid the lack of minutes that befell him at Liverpool, and Leipzig can also offer him Champions League football after their third-place finish.

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He has not hidden his desire for an opportunity to shine after taking a backseat role in Liverpool’s season, and the hope is Leipzig will prove the right place to do just that.

Leipzig are notorious for working with and nurturing young talent and manager Marco Rose could be the right fit for Carvalho, with his playing style described as “emotionality, hunger and being active.”

The New Saints FC and Liverpool John Lennon Airport announce new sponsorship agreement

The New Saints FC and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are pleased to announce the news of a new sponsorship agreement for the 2023/2024 season.

As part of the deal, which was officially launched earlier this week when the squad visited the airport en route to their pre-season tour of Ireland and Northern Ireland, Liverpool John Lennon Airport will be sponsoring the club’s UEFA Champions League first qualifying round home leg against Swedish champions, BK Häcken, on Tuesday, July 18th.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport will also receive pitchside advertising space around the recently re-developed Park Hall Stadium – the home of the JD Cymru Premier champions – and become The Saints’ official social media partners.

Their logo will feature on various social media graphics throughout the upcoming campaign as a result.

Speaking after the launch of the partnership, the airport’s Director of Aviation Development, Paul Winfield, said: “We are delighted to sponsor JD Cymru Premier Champions, The New Saints FC, for the upcoming season.

“As their closest international airport, this provides us with a great opportunity to support one of our local teams, as well as further engage with people across North Wales, where many of our passengers travel from.”

Simon O’Reilly, Facilities and Commercial Manager at The New Saints FC added: “We are delighted to have secured the partnership of such a global brand ahead of the UEFA Champions League first qualifying round tie against BK Häcken.

“It’s also great to see such a huge brand realise the potential opportunities of partnering with us ahead of our European campaign.

“I’m confident that the squad will deliver the goods on the pitch, as well as we have off it, with the announcement of this deal.”

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