Liverpool transfer roundup: Firmino’s future position, Reds ready for Kounde


Roberto Firmino’s future at Liverpool is uncertain. His spot in the attack team is no longer guaranteed. Sevilla’s Jules Kounde, despite his long-standing Chelsea interest, could be a potential target.

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Liverpool was a previous success with the January transfer markets.

Philippe Coutinho was also added to the team midseason, and they turned out be pivotal figures.

Jurgen Klopp seems unlikely to make any moves regarding recruiting this time.

The Reds have a well-stocked midfield and defence.

While it has been suggested that there should be coverage for the leading lights in full-back or in attack, any decision will likely be made during the summer.

Mo Salah’s contract saga continues. The Egyptian will have 12 months to complete his agreement in the summer, if there is no agreement.

We bring you the most recent transfer rumours from Anfield.

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Future of Firmino

Roberto Firmino’s next move is not yet known, despite his positive relationship with Klopp.

Although the forward’s contract is ending, it remains to be decided whether he will stay at Anfield.

Diogo Jota seems to have supplanted him in the pecking list leaving Firmino with a decision to make about his future.

Liverpool are not keen to have discussions at the moment, but they will be able to schedule a meeting in the future, according Sky in Germany.

Barcelona has been linked, but these rumours seem to lack substance.

Reds join Kounde race

Jules Kounde is long associated with Chelsea but Marca Now, we know that the Reds are the latest team to sign the centre back.

Sevilla is doing well domestically, but are also having to deal in Diego Carlos and Kounde.

The LaLiga outfit to valued their French defender at around £70m, which could be an issue for Liverpool.

According to the report, the Merseyside outfit is “following”The progress of Kounde before a potential swoop.

Klopp has a number of defenders at his disposal, but is reportedly still available on the market.

Recall of loans

Liverpool will recall Rhys Williams, who was on loan at Swansea, as they expect Nat Phillips’ departure to take place before the end the month.

Williams was transferred to the Championship club by deadline day in August, but has made just seven appearances across all competitions. He is expected to return this week to Merseyside.

Phillips is eager to get more minutes. Williams’s exit would mean Williams’s return.

Last term, Liverpool’s injury crisis saw the young centre-half make several first team appearances.