Liverpool is arguing cost-effectiveness for too large a transfer fee. It seems that the high ransom resources have been sorted out by forgetting.
Liverpool did not let go of their interest in Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund), who is also called the future of England, from the transfer market last summer. Bellingham is showing off his unrivaled presence at Borussia Dortmund, wearing the armband as captain at the age of 20.
He scored a goal at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and his skills are also on the rise. Transfer fees continue to rise. The highest transfer fee ever for Dortmund was 144 million euros (approximately 212.1 billion won) for Dembele, who was sent to FC Barcelona in the summer of 2017.
However, Dortmund are expecting an all-time high. The strategy is to receive 150 million euros (221.4 billion won). The value is soaring even more as he refuses to accept Dortmund’s offer to renew the contract.
This is not an easy amount for Liverpool, who needs to spend money efficiently. In the summer, Roberto Firmino leaves the team due to the expiration of his contract. It is true that there is a concern that there will not be much income to be earned from player transfers.
So, I turned my attention to Alexis McAllister (Brighton Hove Albion), who helped Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) win the World Cup in Qatar and led Argentina to the championship. Brighton is known to have set up to 70 million pounds (approximately 114 billion won) for McAllister’s transfer fee. Depending on negotiations, it is possible to download up to 60 million pounds (about 100.3 billion won) 토토사이트.
British Internet media ‘HITC’ reported on Liverpool’s transfer market trends on the 12th (Korean time) and said, ‘Director Jurgen Klopp forgot Jude Bellingham. He said he had prepared several alternatives.
At the end of the season, 2-3 midfielders will need to be signed by Liverpool. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Nabi Keita, and James Milner are likely to transfer. The media’s assessment is that Bellingham is closer to Real Madrid.
Liverpool thought of Nicolo Varela (Inter Milan) and Matheus Nuñez (Wolverhampton), but they also see Mac Allister as a good midfielder. It is more so in that Liverpool is also thinking of matching the transfer fee Brighton wants.
Coach Klopp gave a positive review, saying, “Mac Allister is a really good midfielder. He also plays effectively as a team.” It is the fate of McAllister, which flows noisily as the transfer window approaches.