First Liverpool Signing Under New Manager Could Cost Upto £40m While Manchester City is Reluctant To Let Go Of Star Player for even £100m

Liverpool in the past eight years under Klopp, missed out on the golden opportunity of securing a quadruple. Not once but twice, with very fine margins. The team will go through drastic change under Slot, with the new manager looking for replacement of some prominent players. Crysencio Summerville has made a name for himself and is deemed the “Star Player” for Leeds United and Liverpool is on the lookout. The 22 year old proved himself to be the best player in the Championship bagging in 31 goal contributions. With Leeds United failing to win promotion to the top tier of English football, they need to gain 150 million pounds. Selling their key players to gain the amount is one of the easy and sensible way. Summerville is valued at around 35 million to 40 million in the transfer market. Liverpool could be an interesting place for the Dutchman, with them already finding a replacement for their own star player, Mo Salah. The move of the Championship’s “Player of the Season” award winner to a top-tier side is inevitable. His transfer to a new club will be something to look out for. This can be one of the the most profitable deals for Leeds, who signed the Dutchman for only £1.3m. Liverpool, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Newcastle United, and more have shown interest in the player, according to the reports from TeamTalk. The 3AM Verdict added The £40m asking price is steep and could well be revised downwards once negotiations begin, but it looks overwhelmingly likely that one of the best players in the second tier will be on his way this summer. Leeds’ defeat looks more costly by the day.

Saudi Approaches Manchester City for their Star Player

Pep Guardiola isn’t shy about releasing players after suffering from perennial success in the English top flight. He has sold star players and marquees before without much hesitation, but it is different this time. Few clubs from Saudi have approached arguably the best playmaker in the world, Kevin de Bruyne. Caught Offside reported that some clubs have offered over 100 million pounds for the Belgian international. De Bruyne, on the other hand, has no intention of leaving the four time Premier League champions and believes in delivering in top form for a few more years. The transfer is hard to pull off during the summer, more so because of the Euros but Saudi will be keeping a close eye on the 32 year old legend. Added minutes, further mentions and quotes, “They will try for De Bruyne in 2025 if they feel it’s a lost cause this summer,” Manchester City is currently reluctant to let go of the key player. Besides, he is important to Pep’s plan and won’t bow down for another PL title. However, with current Premier League stars entering in their early side of 30s it is the perfect time to swoop for their replacements. De Bruyne and Salah will always remain the priority for Saudi and clubs from the MLS with their hefty investments. Nonetheless, they keep on defying odds and continue to perform better than most new wonderkids. As featured on

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