Liverpool Transfer News: Klopp wants two Real Madrid players for Salah, Dembele can sign for 100 million and more - May 15
Jurgen Klopp wants two Madrid players plus cash for Salah
According to reports from Spanish media outlet, Don Balon, (h/t Express), Jurgen Klopp is willing to trade his marquee player, Mohamed Salah, to Real Madrid in exchange of a couple of star players from the Spanish club.
It is believed that the Liverpool boss is willing to bring in Dani Ceballos and Keylor Navas from Madrid to Anfield this summer, provided the Los Blancos sign the Egyptian international from the Reds in the upcoming transfer window. Additionally, Liverpool will also charge an additional transfer fee of 90 million Euros for Salah, to go along with the exchange. It is worthy to be noted that the forward has been valued at 190 million Euros in the current transfer scenario.
Liverpool might get a 35 million fee-cut in Dembele transfer
Ousmane Dembele, who was drafted into the Barcelona squad just last year for a transfer fee of 135 million Euros, has been consistently linked with a move to Liverpool this summer. According to Spanish website, (h/t Liverpooloffside), the Catalan club are willing to endure a 35 million loss in the forward's impending transfer, having realized that he does not fit their scheme of things in the long-run.
The Spanish giants will aim to sell him in a deal that revolves around 100 million Euros. However, it remains to see if Jurgen Klopp is willing to go that far for a player and break the PL transfer record to get him to Anfield for the next season.
Yan Dhanda can swap the Reds for Swansea
19-year-old Indian origin midfielder, Yan Dhanda, might travel South from Anfield to sign for Swansea City during the summer transfer window, which will open on Thursday (May 17). According to BBC, the teenage player will be the first signing for the Swans this time around, as they get ready to compete in the Championship next season.
Dhanda, who signed for Liverpool back in 2015, is now out of contract with the Reds.