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Sport Liverpool 'will NOT sign Ozan Kabak on £18m permanent deal

12:41  16 may  2021
12:41  16 may  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Premier League side to sign Ozan Kabak for £ 18 m this summer if Liverpool decide against permanent transfer. Crystal Palace FC Liverpool FC. Kabak has established himself as a promising defensive talent since leaving boyhood club and homeland powerhouses Galatasaray for Stuttgart in January 2019. The youngster did enough in less than six months with the side before they were relegated to earn a stay in the Bundesliga with Schalke, and has continued to look encouraging since.

Liverpool head coach Jürgen Klopp wants to sign Ozan Kabak from Bundesliga side Schalke. Bild reported on Sunday that Liverpool want to sign Kabak to replace Dejan Lovren, who is going to leave the cl [ ] The 20-year-old Turkish defender joined Schalke last summer from VfB Stuttgart in a deal worth €15 million and his current market value is €29 million. Kabak has an exit-clause next summer, which would allow him to leave for €45 million. There is no exit-clause this summer and Schalke, who need money, are expected to ask in the region of €35 million for the defender.

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Liverpool will not take up the option to make Ozan Kabak's loan spell from Schalke permanent this summer, according to reports.

The Turkish centre-back moved to Anfield in January to help out the Reds when Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez picked up long-term injuries in the first-half of the season and has made 13 appearances in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp's side.

Liverpool have the option to sign the 21-year-old permanently for a £18million fee, which could rise to £26.5m should add-ons be met.

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But according to The Sun, the Reds will not activate that option and Kabak faces returning to parent club Schalke this summer, who have just been relegated from the German Bundesliga.

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Kabak has really taken his game to the next level since moving to Schalke in a €15m deal last summer from Stuttgart, the 20-year-old is one of the Bundesliga’s most promising defenders. The Mirror add that there was more Premier League interest in the Turkish ace from Leicester and Spurs, as well as Italian giants Lazio casting an eye over Kabak . Here’s what Schneider had to say on Kabak : “Last year, we managed to sign Ozan , who is one of the biggest talents in Europe at his position, and we are extremely happy about that

Liverpool have completed the transfer of Ozan Kabak from Schalke 04 on loan until the end of the season, subject to international clearance. The 20-year-old defender will spend the remainder of 2020-21 with the Reds after he put pen to paper on the deal on deadline day. Kabak completed the formalities of the switch in Germany and will travel to Merseyside later this week. The Turkey international arrives at Anfield after two years in the Bundesliga, where he represented VfB Stuttgart before joining Schalke in July 2019. Prior to moving to Germany, Kabak came through the ranks at

Meanwhile, Sportsmail understands Kabak has yet to be informed of this decision but the potential £34million signing of Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig is a motivation for Liverpool to not put Kabak on permanent terms.

Kabak has endured a difficult few months at Liverpool which started horrendously on his Reds debut.

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The Turkish defender was involved in a mix-up with goalkeeper Alisson Becker which led to a Jamie Vardy tap-in on his first Liverpool game - a 3-1 defeat away at Leicester.


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Kabak won only one out of his first five Premier League games for Liverpool as Klopp's side struggled in the league and was on the pitch as the Reds crashed out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage to Real Madrid.

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Liverpool could sign Ozan Kabak from Schalke for a half-price deal due to the Bundesliga side’s financial problems, according to Football Insider. Kabak joined the Reds during the January transfer window on loan for the remainder of the season. So far he has made 5 Premier League and two Champions League appearances for Jurgen Klopp’s side. The Reds paid a £ 1.5million loan fee to Schalke as part of a deal that includes an option to buy Kabak for £ 18 million at the end of the season. However, according to Football Insider, the club is working to sign the player for considerably less.

LIVERPOOL will say farewell to Turkish centre-back Ozan Kabak at the end of this season — and put their rivals on alert. Kabak , 21, helped out the Reds by signing on loan in the winter window and went straight into Jurgen Klopp’s side as they coped with a defensive crisis. But now the decision has been taken to scrap a full-time deal that would have meant paying £ 18 million to his German side Schalke. Boss Klopp believes Kabak would not be in the first-team picture at Anfield next term. And the cash-conscious club are not prepared to splash out that kind of money for the defender to sit on their bench.

But the Turkish centre-back has played a key role in the Reds' seven-match unbeaten run in the top-flight which dates back to March 15, starting five games in that run.

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But the 21-year-old has found himself out of the Liverpool matchday squad in recent weeks, with Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips starting the Reds' recent victories against Southampton and Manchester United.

Not only are Liverpool close to completing the signing of highly-rated French defender Konate, but Klopp is set to welcome back Dutch defender van Dijk in their pre-season campaign this summer.

The 29-year-old revealed this week that he will not rush back to play in Holland's European Championships campaign, in order to be fit for the start of next season with Liverpool.

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Liverpool 'SNUB Ozan Kabak' and close in on Ibrahima Konate .
The 21-year-old Turk was roped in on deadline day in the January transfer window with Jurgen Klopp desperate for defensive reinforcements after Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez suffered long-term injuries. Kabak endured a shaky start to life in Merseyside, with a poor debut against Leicester City in which a blunder between himself and Alisson Becker led to a Jamie Vardy goal as Brendan Rodgers' side ran out 3-1 winners.

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