The ownership group’s position in the market has been a continual source of criticism for Liverpool’s transfer policy. When it comes to new acquisitions, the club has been extremely cautious, hesitant to spend money on talented players who might have easily been acquired.
The criticism, however, may be noted since, following the scrutiny over a dry January transfer market, the club appears to have changed its objectives in light of the team’s dismal season.
Liverpool is frequently in the news for its interest in new players who may be brought to Anfield. If rumors are to be believed, it appears that the club has finally acknowledged the urgent need for new blood in the team and is making some serious moves.
According to new word in the market, the club has renewed its interest in a talent they had previously pursued but ultimately had to give up on when he chose to go in a different direction.
Liverpool has taken a second look at a player they lost to Napoli
According to the report, the Italian club is aiming to reduce its salary cost, and in order to have Zielinski remove roughly 124,000 euros per week from the club’s books, they must work toward a negotiated decrease with the player.
His contract expires in summer 2024, and if no deal is made, Napoli will be forced to sell him for a fee rather than letting him leave for free the next year.
According to the article, Zielinski wishes to envisage his future in the English Premier League, with Everton and Liverpool being the top two options.
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His objective is to extend his contract with Napoli, but if things do not go as planned, he may as well be on his way to Anfield, as the Reds will undoubtedly want to sign him after previously failing to do so.