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Sport Liverpool target ‘seduced’ €60m Porto star; offered discount

07:15  25 june  2021
07:15  25 june  2021 Source:   football365.com

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Liverpool have the chance of landing Porto star Otavio for a cut-price fee this summer. The Reds are among a number of clubs – including Fiorentina and Valencia – to be linked with a move for the midfielder. The 26-year-old was thought to be in talks with potential suitors in January before agreeing a The report claims Liverpool ‘most seduce ’ the Brazilian, though he also sees a move to Fiorentina or Valencia ‘with good eyes’. Otavio – who notched five goals and 12 assists for Porto last term – has a buyout fee of € 60 million, but Liverpool (and any interested party) could sign him for € 40million if they

According to reports in Portugal, Liverpool are closing in on the summer signing of Porto winger Yacine Brahimi in a staggering € 60 m deal. It is claimed that Porto have already identified a replacement in Brazilian talent Henrique Dourado, and so from a Liverpool perspective it appears as though the path is cleared for them to add another new face to the squad as Klopp continues to bolster his group. However, given the fee involved, it remains to be seen how much truth is really behind the report, with doubts likely to emerge over Klopp’s willingness to part with such a substantial figure for

Liverpool have the chance of landing Porto star Otavio for a cut-price fee this summer.

a man holding a ball: Otavio Porto © PA Images Otavio Porto

The Reds are among a number of clubs – including Fiorentina and Valencia – to be linked with a move for the midfielder.

The 26-year-old was thought to be in talks with potential suitors in January before agreeing a four-year extension with the Portuguese giants.

But Liverpool remain interested in Otavio, according to Correio da Manha (via Sport Witness), and Jurgen Klopp’s side are said to have the upper hand in the battle to sign him.

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The report claims Liverpool ‘most seduce’ the Brazilian, though he also sees a move to Fiorentina or Valencia ‘with good eyes’.

Otavio – who notched five goals and 12 assists for Porto last term – has a buyout fee of €60million, but Liverpool (and any interested party) could sign him for €40million if they manage to get the deal done before the end of June.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have reportedly opened talks with PSV forward Donyell Malen over a move to Anfield this summer.

The 22-year-old Dutch international notched 27 goals and ten assists in an outstanding Eredivisie season.

Malen is currently part of Frank De Boer’s Euro 2020 squad and started the win over North Macedonia on Monday.

He produced a wonderful assist to set up Memphis Depay in the 3-0 win.

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SSC Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has outlandishly claimed that he offered over € 100m in an attempt to bring Alisson Becker and Federico Chiesa to the Stadio San Paolo this summer. The 69-year-old has been at the centre of attention this summer due to his stance over Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri, who is a top managerial target for Chelsea. I am sure that Diego would never do me a disservice, even if I understand he could forget amid the chaos. I can confirm that I wanted to buy Alisson from Roma for € 60 m , but it wasn’t possible and now his sale has become a bidding war."

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And Sky Sports Germany (via Anfield Central) claim Liverpool have ‘opened talks’ with Malen.

The report goes further, suggesting it’s sporting director Michael Edwards who is pushing for the move, which lends ambiguous weight to the rumour.

As does the claim that Malen is the ‘next Mohamed Salah‘, seemingly because his transfer would be close-ish to the £34million Liverpool paid Roma for their Egyptian hero.

Malen has a market value of £27million, though the report doesn’t give any indication if that is a price PSV would be willing to accept.

Liverpool have already secured the signing of Ibrahima Konate for £36million from RB Leipzig and are on the hunt for a replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum, who has moved to Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.

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