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Liverpool transfer news LIVE – Jude Bellingham ‘convinced’, Youssoufa Moukoko boosted, Josko Gvardiol upgraded



ISTANBUL, TURKEY – SEPTEMBER 15: Jude Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund celebrates after scoring their side’s first goal during the UEFA Champions League group C match between Besiktas and Borussia Dortmund at Vodafone Park on September 15, 2021 in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Getty Images)

Liverpool transfer news, rumors, gossip and speculation including updates on Joao Gomes, Josko Gvardiol, Jude Bellingham, Sofyan Amrabat, Teun Koopmeiners and Evan

With Darwin Nunez a doubt for tomorrow’s match against Brighton, who should Jürgen Klopp start?
Mohamed Salah is as fit and forthcoming as ever, as is Cody Gakpo. It appears the Dutch star is set to make his Premier League debut given Klopp’s lack of options.
Could Ben Doak start? The youngster looked lively when he was brought on and Klopp could very well put him in tomorrow’s starting eleven.

Jude Bellingham “convinced”

Liverpool transfer news LIVE - Jude Bellingham 'convinced', Youssoufa Moukoko boosted, Josko Gvardiol upgraded

According to Christian Falk of Sportbild, who spoke to Arresse, Jurgen Klopp convinced Jude Bellingham to join Liverpool in summer, but Borussia Dortmund will require enormous costs for the midfield.
If Liverpool does not hit the money, Real Madrid will be in the driving seat for the 19 -year -old.
This is all the misfortune at the moment with regard to transfers to Anfield, but a movement for Bellingham in summer would surely reduce the atmosphere.

It was confirmed when Liverpool faces their equality of fourth tower against the FA Cup against the Wolves, provided they go beyond the Wolves.
The Reds will play wolves in a third -round replay next week, and will then face Brighton in the next round if they claim the victory in Molinine. The fourth round tie against Brighton kicks off on Sunday.

Liverpool ‘could switch to Josko Gvardiol’ but on one condition

Liverpool transfer news LIVE - Jude Bellingham 'convinced', Youssoufa Moukoko boosted, Josko Gvardiol upgraded

According to a journalist, Liverpool could make a move for RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol.
The Reds have been tentatively linked with Gvardiol, who impressed Croatia at the World Cup.
Sport Bild journalist Christian Falk has claimed Liverpool could make a move for Gvardiol but only if he fails in his bid to sign Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund.
“It would be good for Liverpool if Joško Gvardiol stays one more season because they can’t do two transfers like Bellingham and Gvardiol – they would have to pay around €100m,” Falk told CaughtOffside. “Christopher Nkunku will go to Chelsea this summer, so Leipzig will lose a player and receive a lot of money in return, which means there is no need to sell another player. There are not many clubs that can afford the odds .
“If Liverpool don’t sign Jude Bellingham and get the free money, they have already shown that they are willing to spend a lot of money on a defender.
“It could work well for Liverpool and it’s worth mentioning that Jürgen Klopp is very aware of what’s happening in the Bundesliga, so I think he would be thrilled.
“I think Gvardiol is eager to take the next step and will definitely consider his options if an offer is on the table. If a Premier League club wants to pay this kind of money in the summer, Leipzig’s position on this will change.”

Liverpool transfer news LIVE - Jude Bellingham 'convinced', Youssoufa Moukoko boosted, Josko Gvardiol upgraded

Borussia Dortmund have reportedly held talks about Youssoufa Moukoko’s future among Liverpool’s left.
The Reds are interested in the talented striker, whose contract expires at the end of the season.
According to Florian Plettenberg, Dortmund have had positive talks with Moukoko’s representatives about a new contract.
It is also claimed that Chelsea, who have been linked to the youngster, have cooled off their interest due to “other plans”.
Last injury Roberto Firmino

Jurgen Klopp also confirmed that Roberto Firmino is still on the sidelines. “Not Bobby. Just a little (to go),” Klopp said.
“At first it was a minor injury. Estimated 10 days, two weeks.
“I was doing the normal rehab stuff. All the experts told us what to do. Then Bobby felt something again. It held him back longer.
“I don’t know when he will be back. He is far from training as a team.”

Darwin Nunez’s Last Wound

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Darwin Nunez remains in doubt for Liverpool’s trip to Brighton & Hove Albion this weekend. The Uruguayan has been out of training for most of the week and Anfield insiders confirmed Nunez had suffered a minor injury and was likely to miss Liverpool’s trip to the south coast as a result.
And during his press conference before Saturday’s match, Klopp offered an injury update on his £64m forward.
“If he can’t train today, yes, that rules him out,” he told reporters. “We’re waiting for information. It’s not important, but he still prevented him from training. Trent Alexander-Arnold defends Darwin Nunez

Trent Alexander-Arnold defended Darwin Nunez in the middle of recent criticisms of the summer of Liverpool.
“If I am honest that chemistry and understanding have been the first doors this season,” Sky Sports said.
“It is so easy if you look at it, you think we have had a goal for the whole season and maybe it’s just like the wavelength, but when you look at some games, look at the opportunities created, I have soon ‘T score from them in the season.
“He is a player who is easy to write to him, he has not scored goals, but arrives in areas and places where he can damage the opposition, this is all you can ask for.
“When the goals begin to come, we believe they will do it, nobody thinks about it, we are all behind him, we support him, it is always nice to see him on the score of the scores, but as long as the team wins is all that someone cares about. “

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold. Diogo Jota announces the inclusion of the injury to Liverpool

Liverpool star Diogo Jota has detailed how he is enjoying his time on the sideline after suffering a “serious calf muscle strain” in last year’s 1-0 win over Manchester City.