Liverpool is doing well in the transfer arena and has studied a number of players that they would want to bring to Anfield next season. They’ve dispatched scouts to view some, and they’ve also made significant progress with key targets like Jude Bellingham.
The club is prepared for a major revamp, but they must also work on the side to find other clubs for a number of players who should go to make room for the newcomers.
There are roughly 10 players who could leave this summer, but nothing has been done to locate them a club.
One of the players on the list has received attention from Italy, and the development with his departure has gone the next stage, despite the player’s wishes.
Liverpool forward has held contact with Inter Milan over a potential transfer
According to recent reports, the Italian club views Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino as one of the ideal candidates to lead their offensive unit. They are dissatisfied with Romelu Lukaku’s performance since returning on loan from Chelsea and his wages are also a serious bone of contention, and if they decide not to renew the Belgian’s contract, Firmino is the player they will seek.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Firmino and Inter have been in communication about the possibility of a summer move, and discussions have most certainly begun between the two teams.
It is also said that the discussions between the two sides are difficult owing to the striker’s wage demands, and that his major motivation remains to extend with Liverpool, as previously indicated.
Fabrizio Romano stated a few weeks ago that Liverpool had offered Firmino a new short-term deal. With the player’s aim being to remain at the Merseyside club, reaching a deal shouldn’t be too difficult. Inter, on the other hand, is still working hard to persuade him.