Man Utd move to snap up £29.7-£34m reported Liverpool target; talks ‘progressing well and quickly’ – Rudy Galetti

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Liverpool could be set to miss out on Ibrahim Sangare, as Manchester United move in for the £29.7-£34m man.

This comes courtesy of a tweet from Rudy Galetti with the Reds appearing set to miss out on a target they’d once sent scouts to take a look at.

Bearing in mind the recruitment team’s prior approach to transfers under Jurgen Klopp, it seems unlikely that the Reds would allow themselves to be beaten out by the Red Devils if the price of a move and wages weren’t deemed to be excessive.

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Unless a top target of a calibre of Aurelien Tchouameni or Jude Bellingham emerges in the near future, it seems unlikely that we’ll make any further additions to the squad this summer.

The club have recruited superbly with the addition of Fabio Carvalho already who is capable of filing out in the middle of the park, though there will be a clear need to bolster the department in question should the likes of Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain both depart on frees next year.

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  1. For lfc not to beef their squad to the maximum is like shooting themseves.on the foot.The midfield of LFC need to be revamped if they have any ambition to be a force to be.reckoned.with.Failure to that wiii subject just an.ordinary club.There wad no.Covid last season that could monimised their in come.There is all not.get a quality midiefler.

  2. liverpool need to make at least one more signifigant signing this summer as over the years they make one big signing and then sign 2 or 3 young super stars that we then hear very little of in the coming seasons, this is my only critisisium of FSG its going to be an extremely tough and hard season with the world cup in the middle plus extra games due to this stupid nations league from UEFA so to hit the expectations of last season will be tougher as all teams are strenghtening due to there failings of last season so its going to be hard and we don’t know how haaland will perform.

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