Liverpool transfer news: Interest confirmed to sign two world-class stars
Liverpool have been connected with two main targets in the course of recent hours as swoops for Kalidou Koulibaly and Milot Rashica have been touted.
The Merseyside giants as of now gloat a world-class squad, and they’ll want to include a Premier League title onto their honours list in the coming months if the present campaign is given the approval to be completed.
Jurgen Klopp is in an incredible position to have the option to truly evaluate his choices and recognize where he could improve by focusing on explicit regions instead of taking a look at various issues, and it appears including quality and profundity in defence and attack could be the starting point.
Putting together the towering pair could for the most daunting centre-back duos, and given the Reds as of now brag the best resistance in the Premier League, it will just serve to make life considerably progressively hard for their rivals as alongside Alisson between the posts, that would be an imposing trio with Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold giving the danger out wide as well.
As supported by Calciomercato, Koulibaly is said to wait for a significant club in the event that he is to leave Napoli, and Liverpool are on that rundown alongside Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.
It’s proposed that Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis needs €100m for his prized asset, but given the financial issue of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s without a doubt impossible that sort of fee will be paid and it is not yet clear if a deal will be possible.
In the mean time, according to the Mirror, the leader of the Kosovan FA, Agim Amedi, has affirmed that Liverpool are keen on £33m star Rashica, and RB Leipzig are also interested in the Werder Bremen ace.
That £33m price tag is because of a release clause in his current contract, while Rashica, 23, has scored 10 goals and five assists 24 games so far this season.
It is not yet clear if he could be an option to include more competition and cover in the last third, giving Klopp another choice to push the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.