The summer transfer window is rapidly coming to a close and Liverpool are running out of time to finish their “rebuild” with a flurry. The club have entered into talks for Ryan Gravenberch among other news. Let’s jump into it.
Ryan Gravenberch (Bayern Munich) – Liverpool have opened discussions today with the German giants to work out a possible deal for the talented Dutch midfielder. Jurgen Klopp sees him as a player that can play multiple roles in the midfield.
€30 million might be a starting point to get this deal across the line. As for personal terms, those have not been agreed yet either but Gravenberch is ready to leave Germany. Clubs must find an agreed solution first.
Piero Hincapie (Bayer Leverkusen) – Liverpool have been strongly linked in recent weeks with the talented Ecuadorian defender.
However, a price tag between £50-£60 million is no small fee. However, his talented versatility and young age, 21, should see that fee paid back in full. This deal would come down to the wire if it is set in motion.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – Saudi Pro League side Al-Ittihad, the same club that purchased Fabinho earlier this summer, wants Salah bad. Rumors are swirling of a £130 million bid for the Egyptian are not going away.
Klopp and Liverpool have given no indications that they will move him this summer. Especially this late in the window. However, that is a mouthwatering sum for any 31-year old. I hope it does not happen, but you never know with Saudi money.
Joao Felix (Atletico Madrid) – The Portuguese attacker has found life in Madrid to be difficult. He has not been given the opportunities he would have liked. As a result, he has failed to hit the heights expected.
His loan spell at Chelsea last season was solid, but not enough for the Blues to keep him around. Liverpool see him as a possible replacement if Salah does actually leave this summer. At 23, he would give Klopp plenty of years of growth.
This is all dependent on what happens with Mo. If the club can bring in Gravenberch and Hincapie before the summer ends while keeping Salah, that would have to be considered a win. Let’s see.