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Phillips ‘might not move’ to Galatasaray amidst Konate Injury blow

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Galatasaray seems interested in Liverpool defender Nat Phillips.

The Turkish giants are now leading the race to sign the centre back. As per The Athletic, the deal was valued at £10m by the Reds, a loan until the end of the season, a loan with an option to buy this summer.

Liverpool are ‘still waiting to see what happens’ regarding Phillips on Tuesday. But now the deal looks ‘not possible’ as GALATASARAY has signed an alternative centre-back on Monday evening.

The Turkish giant signed Kaan Ayhan from Serie A side Sassuolo on loan until the end of the season and the reason which will end Galatasaray’s interest in Phillips.

Many Bundesliga clubs seem interested in the Liverpool defender.

Klopp recalled Rhys Williams from his season-long loan at Blackpool earlier this month in anticipation of a potential Phillips exit.

AMID PHILLIPS SPECULATION, KLOPP SUFFERED ANOTHER INJURY BLOW

French Defender, Ibrahima Konate suffered a hamstring injury in The FA Cup exit to Brighton and reportedly facing up to three weeks on the sideline

French defender set to miss important clashes against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, Newcastle United, and Real Madrid.

Klopp may now have to reconsider selling Natt Phillips as Liverpool facing a huge injury crisis.

Konate now joins Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Roberto Firmino, Van Dijk, and Arthur in Liverpool’s treatment room.

Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp had admitted Phillips’ future “depends on the offer.”

He said,

“We have to be prepared for pretty much everything. I don’t know, the 31st is deadline day and we will see. I don’t know.”

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