Liverpool news: Takumi Minamino transfer decision as Reds told to secure £50m forward

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Liverpool turned down two offers for Takumi Mimino. Jose Enrique, an ex-player, hopes to see the club sign a new forward as Mohamed Salah’s contract is in limbo

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Liverpool has been able negotiate a January that was potentially difficult quite well.

Manchester City was beaten by the Reds last weekend, but the Reds have a chance to win the title and are thriving even without Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.

As speculation continues over possible Anfield departures, there is a possibility that those two will return to Liverpool.

Here are the Reds’ latest headlines.

Liverpool could cash in on Minamino. Comment below.

Minamino approaches rejected

Liverpool rejected offers from Monaco and Leeds United to sign Takumi minamino as a midfielder.

Since arriving in Merseyside two-years ago, the Japan international has struggled to find first-team football. However, he has achieved some significant goals for the Reds, particularly in cup competitions.

The Reds are not willing to sell the 27-year old despite his status within the squad. Jurgen Klopp’s side is still looking for silverware on four fronts.

Minamino was loaned out to Liverpool in January 2013. He later joined Southampton.

The entire story can be found HERE.

Reds encouraged make big moves

Jose Enrique, a former Liverpool defender, has encouraged the team’s pursuit of another high-calibre forward.

Salah’s current contract expires at end of next season.

Enrique indicated that Klopp will need more reinforcements to win the final third. He said that the ex-left-back is ready. “worried”Salah’s position.

“They still need someone else who can play in the front three similar to Jota, who’s scoring goals and doing well,”He stated.

“Profile-wise, Liverpool need another £40m or £50m kind of player to support the front three now. I’m sure if you ask any Liverpool fan they would say the same thing.”

The entire story can be found HERE.

Haaland speaks up for Van Dijk

Borussia Dortmund sensation Erling Haland has named Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk the most difficult opponent he has ever faced.

Haaland and Van Dijk met in September, when the Netherlands faced Norway. The goalie managed to score one goal in the 1-1 draw.

However, Haaland clearly felt the impact of the Dutchman, and he is expected to be one the most sought-after players in world football this season.

“You know how tall he is, how strong he is and how fast he is, and also the timing is crazy,”He stated. “I don’t think I won one duel against him because he’s a physical monster.”

The entire story can be found HERE.