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SportLiverpool pulled out of Kelly deal due to Bristol City's asking price

16:10  22 may  2019
16:10  22 may  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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Liverpool pulled out of a deal to sign Lloyd Kelly from Bristol City after learning the Championship club’ s asking price , according to reports. The Bristol Post claims that the Reds were interested, but it was Bournemouth who were ready to stump up the initial £13 million for the left-back.

LIVERPOOL manager Jurgen Klopp pulled out of a deal to sign Lloyd Kelly from Bristol City . The Reds were interested in the 20-year-old defender, who can play at left-back or centre-back, enjoyed a fine first full campaign for Bristol City who finished just four points outside of the Championship

Liverpool pulled out of Kelly deal due to Bristol City's asking price © Harry Trump/Getty Images Sport Bristol City v West Bromwich Albion - Sky Bet Championship

Liverpool pulled out of a deal to sign Lloyd Kelly from Bristol City after learning the Championship club’s asking price, according to reports.

The Bristol Post claims that the Reds were interested, but it was Bournemouth who were ready to stump up the initial £13 million for the left-back.

It is believed that the deal will rise above £15 million, making Kelly’s move to Bournemouth a club-record fee for Lee Johnson’s side.

Liverpool pulled out of Kelly deal due to Bristol City's asking price © James Chance/Getty Images Sport James Chance/Getty Images Sport

Liverpool had been heavily linked with a move for Kelly for some time as he continued to win himself admirers in the Championship.

With Alberto Moreno likely to be on his way out of Anfield this summer, Liverpool may need to find themselves another defender to provide competition for Andy Robertson.

The Scottish defender has been largely unchallenged this season, but it remains a position that the club will need to address when the transfer window opens ahead of next season.

Liverpool fans across the globe celebrate Champions League success.
Liverpool secured their sixth Champions League trophy with a 2-0 win over fellow Premier League side Tottenham on Saturday. After losing 3-1 to Real Madrid in the final last year, Liverpool finally won their first trophy under Jurgen Klopp. Since joining the club, Klopp has transformed Liverpool into one of Europe’s most impressive sides – with his team now being crowned as the best side in Europe. Mo Salah opened the scoring for Liverpool in the 2nd minute from the penalty spot, with Moussa Sissoko being penalised for handball after just 23 seconds.

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