Liverpool keen to hijack 26-year-old’s proposed move to European giants: Reports

According to reports, Liverpool is attempting to sabotage AC Milan’s pursuit of Daichi Kamada. The Japanese star, whose contract with Eintracht Frankfurt expired this summer, is now a free agent.

According to a report in Calciomercato, Liverpool is attempting to entice Kamada to Anfield as they want to bolster their midfield. After releasing James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Naby Keita, Jurgen Klopp thinks the free agent would be a good match and has started negotiations.

The attempt for the Japanese midfielder to join AC Milan appears to have been sabotaged by the Reds. The Eintracht Frankfurt player and AC Milan had a verbal agreement, but Liverpool moved immediately before he signed a contract with the Serie A club.In the past, Klopp has emphasized that they will only sign players that work with the system and won’t overpay. The Reds are currently searching for players to sign on the cheap, and the acquisition of Kamada may be the outcome of Mason Mount’s preference for Manchester United.

According to the Athletic, if Mount is forced to leave Chelsea, he wants to go with Manchester United. After passing on Jude Bellingham, they turned their attention to the attacking midfielder.This season, Kamada played in 32 Bundesliga games and netted nine goals. According to sources on Sky Sports, a deal for Alexis Mac Allister is finalized, therefore he might wind up becoming their second summer acquisition.

Liverpool should’move on’ from Joel Matip, according to Jamie Carragher.

Jurgen Klopp has been informed by Jamie Carragher that Joel Matip has to be replaced this summer. He thinks the defense ought to be traded, and a replacement should be acquired.

“I look at the defense and I think Jol Matip now has a year to go,” he said to Redmen Plus. Whatever the cost, if you got £10 million, it’s probably time to move on. We do, in my opinion, require a left-handed center back. Many teams have them, but not us.

He continued

A left-sided player would add something,” he continued. If we are going to keep using this formation, we should purchase a centre-back who can play the full-back position rather than a left-back because I don’t think we will. A left-sided center-back who is capable of playing left-back would be ideal, in my opinion.

According to the Guardian, Liverpool was keeping an eye on Levi Colwill, but Chelsea is hesitant to part with the defender. According to a report from Sky Sports, Brighton & Hove Albion made a proposal for the young player that the Blues rejected.




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