Liverpool ‘battle Napoli’ for Uruguayan midfielder
Liverpool want Sampdoria star Lucas Torreira this summer and will battle it out with Napoli for the Uruguay international.
The Partenopei have highlighted Torreira as a potential replacement for Jorginho, who has been linked with Manchester City.
Liverpool will bring in Naby Keita this summer, but Gazzetta dello Sport claim Jurgen Klopp wants another centre-midfielder and Torreira could be the ideal choice.
Emre Can is likely to leave, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set for an extended spell on the touchline.
The 22-year-old Samp star has shone in Serie A this term and will go to the World Cup with La Celeste.
Where will Nabil Fekir fit in at Liverpool? 5 formation options for Jurgen Klopp as Frenchman nears Reds move
Nabil Fekir’s switch to Liverpool appears to growing ever nearer, and is as much as ’99 per cent done’ according to a report from Canal+ at the weekend .
The 24-year-old attacking midfielder played what may well be his final game for his current club on Saturday, in which former Manchester United man Memphis Depay scored a hat-trick in a 3-2 win over Nice at the Groupama Stadium.
Fekir scored 23 goals in 40 appearances in what was his most productive season for the Ligue 1 side to date, and it is that goal threat from attacking midfield which is believed to have caught Klopp’s eye.
But where will he fit in amongst the German’s Champions League finalists?
AC Milan star Suso reveals release clause fee and declares ‘I want to play for Liverpool again’
Liverpool flop Suso is desperate to have another shot at playing for the Reds.
The AC Milan star moved to Anfield as a 16-year-old from Cadiz before making 21 first team appearances over two years.
But after failing to impress, and being shunted out on loan to Almeria, the winger was sold to AC Milan for £1million in 2014.
Initially, Suso struggled in Serie A but following a successful stint at Genoa, has become a key member of the Milan side.
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