Euro Paper Talk: Liverpool open initial talks to land €35m forward

Date published: Friday 9th April 2021 12:32 - Robert McCarthy

Liverpool have opened initial talks to bring a bargain forward to Anfield this summer, while Friday’s Euro Paper Talk claims that Chelsea could make a shock alternative striker move.

STRIKER IN INITIAL TALKS OVER LIVERPOOL MOVE 

Liverpool have reportedly already held initial talks over a transfer deal for Red Bull Salzburg striker Patson Daka.

The Zambia international has been in superb form this season, scoring an impressive total of 30 goals in 32 games in all competitions.

The likes of Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe have both been touted as potential targets for Jurgen Klopp.

However, it would appear the classy pair are out of the Anfield outfit’s price range, with a deal for Daka more likely.

The 22-year-old, who is contracted until summer 2024, can leave for around €35million, according to TodoFichajes.

Daka, who has also been linked with Arsenal and Manchester United, has previously revealed his admiration for the Reds.

He said: “I’ve always been a fan of Liverpool and Barcelona. When we played Liverpool last season in the Champions League at Anfield, it was a very special moment.”

Both the Gunners and United are also in need of a new forward. But it would appear that Liverpool have stolen a march on their rivals.


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SHOCK LUKAKU RETURN ON CARDS

Romelu Lukaku Inter v Genoa February 2021

Chelsea are readying an £86m offer to bring former striker Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge from Inter Milan. (Calciomercato)

AC Milan have reportedly started talks to sign Lucas Vazquez as a free agent, but Inter, Bayern Munich and Manchester United are also in the race to sign the Real Madrid winger. (Calciomercato)

PSG forward Kylian Mbappe has his heart set on securing a switch to Real Madrid. (Cuatro)

Real are prepared to use Brazil forward Vinicius Junior in a deal to sign Mbappe. (El Chiringuito)

Tottenham target Paulo Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun insists the Argentinean striker is not concerned about contract extension talks with Juventus. (Football Italia)

Lautaro Martinez’s contract talks with Inter are temporarily on hold after the forward parted company with his agents. (Corriere dello Sport)

CAVANI CLOSE TO DREAM MOVE

Edinson Cavani TEAMtalk

Edinson Cavani is “is closer than ever” to joining Boca Juniors from Manchester United this summer. (ESPN)

Everton target Nikola Maksimovic has been proposed to the club ahead of the summer transfer window. However, the defender would prefer to remain in Italy. (FC Inter News)

Barcelona’s players still “dream” of the club re-signing Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain. (Mundo Deportivo)

Tottenham have made contact with Fiorentina over a move for striker Dusan Vlahovic. (Corriere Fiorentino)

Chelsea flop Tiemoue Bakayoko is set to return to France this summer, with PSG and Lyon both keen. (FootMercato)

West Ham are considering a move for Granada’s on-loan midfielder Yangel Herrera. (Todofichajes)

Inter Milan may look to sign Napoli defender Nikola Maksimovic as a potential replacement for Andrea Ranocchia. (Calciomercato)

MORE EURO GOSSIP

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho says he would like to return to former club Napoli before the end of his career. (Sky Sport Italia)

Wolves striker Rafa Mir has impressed on loan at Liga side Huesca this season and is wanted by Sevilla on a permanent transfer this summer. (La Razon)

Chelsea have been thwarted in their attempts to sign Ajax youngster Gabriel Misehouy. (De Telegraaf)

AC Milan are continuing to monitor Napoli left back Elseid Hysaj, who could be available on a free transfer this summer. (MilanNews.it)

Barcelona will listen to offers for Konrad de la Fuente this summer with several clubs in Spain and Germany interested in the USA winger. (ESPN Football)

Atalanta defender Cristian Romero has revealed he turned down an offer from Fiorentina in the summer. (Football Italia)

 

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