Liverpool and Chelsea held a delightful 1-1 draw on the opening day of the Premier League season at Stamford Bridge. Luis Diaz opened the scoring for Liverpool. But Chelsea equalized 20 minutes later through Axel Disasi.
At 1-0, Mohamed Salah thinks he should have doubled the lead. But he was judged to be slightly offside in the lead. The game ends in a dead end. And while Liverpool have had a few moments of nervousness in their defense, Jürgen Klopp was quite pleased with what he saw in west London.
The market remains open for more than two weeks. And Liverpool will continue to be linked with a massive number of players for the remainder of the window. Considering how this summer is going. Another saga or two might be on the cards before the September 1 deadline.
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Of course, the dramas of Moisés Caicedo and Roméo Lavia will continue to run throughout the week. The first drama is expected to wrap up moving to London today. But expect Liverpool to be more linked with the midfield. Especially considering Chelsea’s relatively easy ability to get into attacking positions at Stamford Bridge – right under John’s nose. henry who is watching
This is the verdict. Liverpool.com On the upcoming transfer gossip surrounding the Reds today
Romeo Lavia (Southampton)
Liverpool have agreed a $76m (£60m/€69m) fee for Lavia with Southampton. And are trying to beat Chelsea in the race to sign the 19-year-old midfielder. Chelsea had previously bid 63 million euros (£55m/$69m) and this led Liverpool to make an offer. to sign a contract with this player
The Guardian reports that Lavia may move to London rather than Liverpool, so Chelsea could be victorious in this battle, although as of now only Jurgen’s side are. Only Klopp accepted the bid. The story is eerily similar to that of the Caicedo saga.
Liverpool.com says: There was more than enough evidence against Chelsea to suggest Liverpool needed a defensive midfielder. Or even two. Lavia’s arrival at the end of the window is now close to a ‘must’, with Caicedo heading for Stamford Bridge.
For the benefit of Klopp and Liverpool This mythical story needs to end sooner. With games against Bournemouth and Newcastle coming up. Klopp wants to sign a new midfielder and stay in the squad for those matches.
Mike Maiyan (Milan)
Calciomercatoweb Quite bizarrely, Liverpool are looking to replace Alisson. Klopp is targeting Milan’s French goalkeeper Mike Mignon.
According to reports, Klopp is concerned that Alisson, 30, is in decline and is looking to sign a replacement for Maignan, although a deal is more likely next summer.
Maignan has made a sensational career since joining Milan in the summer of 2021 from Lille as an agent for Gianluigi Donnarumma and is valued at around £38m (€45m/$49m) according to website Transfermarkt. Much more will be needed for the 28-year-old, with reports claiming a demand of up to $110m (£86m/€100m).
Liverpool.com says: This is a really strange story. Alisson shows no signs of regression and is considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world. Mignon is an excellent goalkeeper. And would be a great substitute if Alisson shows a truly slump. But this is not the case. So why on earth did Klopp get rid of him?
Liverpool did not want to replace Alisson. And Milan will not sell Mignon. So this is unreasonable on any level. It’s a move we can confidently say won’t happen anytime soon.
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