Romeo Lavia’s enquiry, the Khephren Thuram purchase, and Jeremy Doku’s interest in Liverpool are all in real time.

Liverpool transfer news LIVE – Romeo Lavia inquiry, Khephren Thuram deal, Jeremy Doku interest


Liverpool transfer news, rumors, gossip and speculation, including the latest developments on Ryan Gravenberch, Nicolo Barella and Micky van de Ven


National status is “asking” Klopp to sign Gravenberch for £21.3m after his one season with German Bayern Munich. It has been suggested elsewhere that Liverpool are planning to offer £68m for Barella, while current club Inter Milan are “open” to approving a transfer for the 26-year-old Italy international.

lavia ‘investigated’

Liverpool have reportedly inquired about a potential deal for Romeo Lavia.

ECHO have previously said the Southampton star is a player of interest for the Reds as they look to strengthen their midfield and are said to be now moving on a potential signing.

The Daily Mail said Liverpool had “probed” the Saints about the 19-year-old, asking for “terms of a deal”. Liverpool show “strong” interest in Doku

Liverpool would show a “strong” interest in Rennes winger Jeremy Doku.

Linked to a move to Anfield two years ago, the Belgian would be back on the Reds’ radar.

It is assumed his current employers would not approve of a sale for less than €50m (£42.8m).


Diaz will wear number 7 next season

Liverpool have announced that Luis Díaz will wear the number seven shirt next season.

Diaz until now wore number 23, but has now adopted an iconic number, previously worn by Luis Suarez and James Milner. Fans who have already bought next season’s home shirt with Diaz’s old number on the back will get their money back and will be offered a new shirt with the Colombian’s new number.

Keane gets the job of manager

Former Liverpool striker Robbie Keane has been appointed as the new manager of Israeli side Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Keane worked as assistant to Sam Allardyce at Leeds United last season but failed to keep the whites in the top flight.


Osimhen ‘much appreciated’ by Klopp

Napoli striker Victor Osimhen is still linked to Liverpool.

A report emerged on Saturday afternoon that the Reds were one of three Premier League clubs poised to hold talks with the 24-year-old and Gazzetta Dello Sport has provided an update on the situation, adding that key offers will be made in the coming days. can be made. ‘. The Italian publication adds that the player is “highly regarded” by Jurgen Klopp, although Liverpool would like to “consider all aspects” of a potential deal before expressing further interest.

Napoli are said to be seeking 180m euros (£153.9m) for their striker.


Liverpool “offered” Ndicka

Liverpool have reportedly turned down the chance to sign Evan Ndicka ahead of the centre-back’s recent move to Roma.

Previously at Eintracht Frankfurt, the Frenchman became a free agent this summer and ended up in Serie A.

Liverpool were among the clubs linked to Ndicka before this move, although ECHO clarified in March that the 23-year-old was not a player being chased. Fabrizio Romano reviewed the defender on the Here We Go podcast and said the Reds “offered” the player but “decided not to accept” a deal.

The reds approach Thuram

Liverpool are said to be “close” to signing Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram.

That was the latest update from Football Insider on Sunday, with the Reds “pushing hard” to reach an agreement for the Frenchman.

The above article adds that Liverpool sources are now “expecting” a deal for the 22-year-old to be finalised.

Firmin the future

Roberto Firmino is on the verge of becoming the last player to leave the Premier League for Saudi Arabia. The outgoing Liverpool striker is said to be ‘in talks’ with Al-Ahli, with negotiations ongoing.

That’s according to Fabrizio Romano, who adds that the Saudi club are currently preparing medical tests in case Firmino gives the green light to join the club.

Klopp ‘orders’ Gravenberch move

Jurgen Klopp has reportedly ‘ordered’ Liverpool to approve a deal for Ryan Gravenberch.

The Bayern Munich midfielder will continue to be linked with the Reds after a difficult first season at Bayern Munich which saw the Dutchman’s first-team chances limited.

According to El Nacional, Klopp is trying to ‘exploit’ the player’s situation after being ‘convinced’ that Gravenberch will fit easily into the Reds’ system. The first six Premier League games of next season


Liverpool have now uncovered the schedule for the 2023/24 season.

These are their first six Premier League games at Anfield and beyond;


Sunday 13th August vs Chelsea (A) at 4.30pm


Saturday 19th August v Bournemouth (H) at 3pm


Saturday 26th August v Newcastle United (A) at 3.00pm


Saturday 2nd September v Aston Villa (H) at 3pm


Saturday 16 September vs Wolves (A) at 15:00


Saturday 23rd September vs West Ham (H) at 3pm


*Subject to change due to TV schedules/broadcasts.

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