SO, in case you missed the news, Tiago Ilori will be Liverpool’s first departure of the January transfer window after sealing a move to Reading.
The clubs have reportedly agreed on a £3.75million fee and a 35 per cent sell-on clause. Probably for the best, to be honest.
Tiago Ilori completes £3.75m move to Reading. Liverpool get 35pc of any sell on fee
— paul joyce (@_pauljoyce) January 9, 2017
Liverpool Target Set For Spain Return
JESE Rodriguez will turn down a move to Merseyside in favour of a move back to his homeland with Las Palmas, according to the Metro.
The Spaniard is understood to be looking for a move away from Paris Saint-Germain after struggling to break into manage Unai Emery’s plans.
However, it is being reported that he would have to take a pay cut in order to secure a move back to Spain.
Reds Looking To Beat Rivals To Promes Deal
JÜRGEN Klopp is believed to be looking to push through a deal for Quincy Promes with other Premier League clubs showing an interest.
The Mirror are reporting that the 25-year-old would be available for no less than £25m having signed a new long-term deal at Spartak Moscow this summer.
But the German is keen to bolster his attacking options with Sadio Mane away at the African Cup of Nations and a title charge still on the cards.
Bournemouth In Double Enquiry
ACCORDING to reports in the Daily Mail, Bournemouth are to make an enquiry for Liverpool defenders Mamadou Sakho and Joe Gomez.
Chelsea’s decision to recall Nathan Ake has forced Eddie Howe to go into the market for reinforcements.
However, The Reds are said to be holding out for a permanent move for Sakho and a spell away from Anfield seems unlikely for Gomez, despite his long injury absence.
Sevilla Make Sakho Approach
SPEAKING of Sakho, Sevilla have approached Liverpool about a potential move for the out-of-favour Frenchman.
Sky Sports report that The Reds are believed to be holding out for £20m with several clubs interested in a move.
Sakho recently posted a cryptic video on his Instagram page, hinting that a move away from Anfield could be imminent.
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