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“We are having…” – Agent gives big update on Liverpool contract talks with star player




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Liverpool star Roberto Firmino’s agent has provided the latest update on the contract negotiations between the Brazilian forward and the Reds.

Firmino’s contract with Liverpool expires this summer, meaning he could leave the club on a free transfer at the end of the current season.

Last month, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp said he wanted Firmino to stay at Anfield, and the player himself is said to be interested in extending his stay.

The Daily Mail said last month that Firmino was keen to stay at Liverpool after this season. This is despite interest from Saudi Arabian clubs, who are reportedly looking to sign the Brazilian to raise the country’s profile ahead of a 2030 World Cup bid. The Saudi Pro League recently picked up Cristiano Ronaldo while the Manchester United and Real Madrid legend plays for Al Nassr.

The versatile Liverpool forward is open to a new long-term contract despite exit talks

Firmino, now 31, is Liverpool’s second-highest goalscorer in all competitions this season with nine goals. However, he has been injured since December and the Reds are struggling in his absence.

Now the striker’s agent has given an update on his future.

Firmino’s agent provides update on Liverpool talks

Speaking to Sky Sports Germany, Roger Wittmann said: “It’s a very long relationship between Roberto and Liverpool. Robert feels good. Right now we have a big trade and in February we will probably know where the journey is going.

But Roberto must also have a say in reaching an agreement with Liverpool.

“We are on the right track. We have excellent talks with Liverpool. They are an excellently positioned club.”

The versatile Liverpool forward is open to a new long-term contract despite exit talks

Real Madrid are considering a pre-contractual offer for Firmino in the coming months, according to French outlet Foot Mercato.

As the 31-year-old is in the final six months of his Anfield contract, he can negotiate a preliminary contract with any European club. The rule is different for English clubs, who cannot discuss terms until he enters the final month of his contract.

For now, however, Firmino will remain a Liverpool player until at least the end of the season and will hope to help the Reds get back on track and improve their position to ninth in the Premier League when he returns from injury.


Liverpool fans raid the club’s official Twitter account saying “Enough is Enough”

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Liverpool fans have lost patience with Fenway Sports Group after another transfer window ended without the signing of a midfielder. This got the fans restlest and wanting to let the whole world know about it.

After years of tension below the surface over ticket prices, European Super League plans and their sell-for-buy transfer policy, despite the club being third in terms of world football revenue.

The Liverpool FC Twitter account announced today that youngster Fidel O’Rourke has been loaned to Halifax Town FC until the end of the season.
The announcement was met with outrage by some Liverpool supporters, who responded with photos of owner John Henry with the message “FSG OUT, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”.

Thousands of the same image were scattered in the comments section of the post. Liverpool have signed just one midfielder since 2018, with Thiago Alcantara joining the club in 2020 for £25m.

Jurgen Klopp has consistently said there were no options on the market to protect FSG, while Chelsea have signed Enzo Fernandez, Arsenal have signed Jorginho, Manchester United have signed Marcel Sabitzer, Leeds have signed Weston McKennie and many other midfielders have landed in the Premier League.

This decision will leave Liverpool stranded in the middle of the park, with Jordan Henderson and James Milner still regular starters.

The Reds are currently ninth in the Premier League and are ten points clear of Champions League qualification.
Admittedly, it seems FSG have lost all ambition at the club since announcing they would be willing to sell the club if the right offer comes along. It may seem insignificant to some fans, but imagine paying £300 to watch a Liverpool match without that money being put back into the team.

Unfortunately, the negligence of the FSG has all but driven the final nail in the coffin for Liverpool’s season.