‘Personal terms agreed’ – Fabrizio Romano drops interesting transfer update for Liverpool fans

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Liverpool’s pool of potential targets this summer looks set to shrink even further after it emerged that Manchester City submitted a bid for Matheus Nunes.

Fabrizio Romano posted the update on X, with the Sky Blues understood to have already agreed personal terms.

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The Wolves man had been thought to be an admirer quantity at Anfield, though links have dried up significantly as the summer window has waged on.

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Few can argue with our approach in signing the likes of Wataru Endo, Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister; the early evidence for the latter pair certainly indicates that our underlying strategy has produced some genuine gold there.

Still, with Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jordan Henderson, Fabinho, Arthur Melo and James Milner all out of the door, there remains a clear need for the club to plump up the midfield department further.

Given that a specialist No.6 is now longer right at the top of the shortlist, the widening of the parameters to a ‘multi-functional’ midfielder should theoretically mean a greater range of available targets.

There’s still time to find the right peg for the hole, of course, though nerves will inevitably be frayed if it all comes down to the final few days in the window.

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  1. I love Klopp but he has far too much power now. He needs a Sporting Director who can tell him no and also pin point him in the right direction when it comes to players. This transfer window is a joke. It was supposed to be a rebuild. Surely there is enough staff to be able to sign more than one player at a time. We need at least a bare minimum of 2 more players. How is that going to happen in one week when it has taken 10 weeks to sign 3 players. We are losing really good potential signings to our rivals as each day passes. Now we are apparently looking at a City reject who is injury prone. If Phillips is not good enough for City why is he good enough for LFC. The best thing FSG can do is recruit a world class Sporting Director. Klopp having his friend in post is a serious mistake. Klopp’s has to return to winning ways to restore his legacy but a poor transfer window and a lack of squad depth means Klopp is actually making things harder for himself.

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