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Liverpool see an established star to hit Jurgen Klopp’s team, while Tottenham’s transfer effort takes a twist before the deadline – both in all the recent Euro Paper Talk.
CLICK EYES BROZOVIC IN LIVERPOOL
Liverpool are planning a deal in the summer of 2022 for Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, according to a report.
The Reds began the current season with the same number of talents in their engine room. However, the mover Harvey Elliott – despite earning rave reviews – lacks Georginio Wijnaldum’s experience. However, a transfer to another midfielder looks very unlikely for Liverpool before Tuesday night’s deadline.
When I was recently asked for an appointment, Klopp insisted he has enough in his ranks to see him through the season.
However, he noted that by bringing in 18-year-old Elliott, he is planning for the future. A plan for Brozovic runs on the same lines, with Inter Live bears the report of Liverpool’s interest.
The source says that the 63-time Croatia international is still in negotiations for a new contract. In fact, his current terms expire next summer.
Inter know how important it is to tie Brozovic down. He has proven to be an important part of the team for each of the three leaders – Luciano Spalletti, Antonio Conte and Simone Inzaghi – who have worked with him since his arrival.
But something could ‘drastically change’ in the negotiations, amid interest from Liverpool.
Inter-CEO Giuseppe Marotta and his co-managers are willing to offer Brozovic € 5m. (£ 4.3m) Plus bonuses every season.
However, Liverpool are ready to offer him up to € 7million (£ 6million). In any case, Brozovic will be free to negotiate with overseas clubs from January if he does not renew before then.
The 28-year-old has made 244 Inter outings and chipped in with 25 goals and 32 assists. He has also played 200 Serie A matches and has had previous interest from Tottenham.
Rating last season’s signing of the day in the Premier League
AND THE REST FROM EUROPAPIRTALK
Tottenham’s potential deal with Emerson Royal is off because he does not want to leave Barcelona, or move to Spurs. (Mundo Deportivo)
Spurs, Aston Villa and Everton are still showing interest in Juventus star Weston McKennie. (Calciomercato)
Everton still have a transfer flag on Porto winger Luis Diaz. However, the agreement has fallen flat after the first development. (O Jogo)
Brighton have agreed to pay a release clause of 18 million euros (15 million kroner) to Getafe star Marc Cucurella. (Fabrizio Romano)
Montpellier manager Olivier Dall’Oglio has admitted that West Ham striker Gaetan Laborde could leave. But Lyon, Rennes and Sevilla have joined the hunt. (The team)
ARSENAL MAN MEASURED AFTER DIALLO
Feyenoord have made Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson a goal after a loan transfer to Manchester United’s Amad Diallo fell through. (Feyenoord Transfer Market)
Central Jutland midfielder Jens Cajuste has had transfer contact with Newcastle, Leeds, Brentford and Rennes. However, he has not taken a position on his future. (Ekstra Bladet)
Sevilla boss Monchi will tell Chelsea to pay defender Jules Kounde’s steep release clause on deadline day if there is no increased offer on Monday. (Estadio Deportivo)
Diego Costa has welcomed the “brand new” feeling in his career after making his debut for Atletico Mineiro. (UOL Esporte)
PSG, MADRID EYE MBAPPE PLAN
Paris Saint-Germain will demand either 200 million euros (172 million kroner) or 180 million euros (154 million kroner) and a top player for Kylian Mbappe. (Deports Cuatro)
Madrid may include Hazard and would therefore like to make a lower initial cash offer. However, PSG are aware that they owe Monaco € 35million (£ 30million) from selling Mbappe for any fee. (Deports Cuatro)
Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pelligrini says it feels “different” this season under new boss Jose Mourinho. (DAZN)
Napoli close to sign Fulham midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa. However, the Italians have convinced the Cottagers to make a purchase clause an option instead of an obligation. (Calciomercato)
But Fulham’s move for Real Betis midfielder William Carvalho seems unlikely because the Norwich goal has insisted he will not move to Craven Cottage. (Mundo Deportivo)