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Sport Transfer news: Haaland wishlist clubs; Aouar, Bissouma to Liverpool

08:25  08 march  2021
08:25  08 march  2021 Source:   nbcsports.com

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In the latest transfer news , Erling Haaland has apparently revealed the only six teams he would leave Borussia Dortmund for, while Liverpool have been linked with Houssem Aouar and Yves Bissuoma. It would also be tough to see Liverpool , Barcelona or Juventus being able to afford to sign Haaland . The report states that Manchester City and Real Madrid are the main frontrunners to sign the Norwegian striker, who has a release clause of 0 million in his contract in the summer of 2022.

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In the latest transfer news, Erling Haaland has apparently revealed the only six teams he would leave Borussia Dortmund for, while Liverpool have been linked with Houssem Aouar and Yves Bissuoma.

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Starting with Erling Haaland, let’s look at this intriguing report from Germany which states he has drawn up a wishlist of potential new destinations.

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That sound you can hear is the hearts of Chelsea fans everywhere shattering.

Per the report, Chelsea have ‘no chance’ of signing Haaland as the 20-year-old is very clear about which kind of team he wants to join. It would also be tough to see Liverpool, Barcelona or Juventus being able to afford to sign Haaland.

The report states that Manchester City and Real Madrid are the main frontrunners to sign the Norwegian striker, who has a release clause of $120 million in his contract in the summer of 2022.

Real Madrid veteran Karim Benzema is out of contract in the summer of 2022 and Haaland would be the perfect replacement, while Man City are likely to allow Sergio Aguero to move on when his current contract expires this summer, so they have a big need for a new star striker too.

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Welcome back to the Evening Standard’s LIVE coverage of all the latest transfer news as the fallout continues from last week's deadline day. The domestic window finally slammed shut for Premier League clubs in its entirety on Friday, 16 October, with the international window having already closed on October 5. Top flight clubs utilised the initial eleven days of negotiation with EFL clubs to good effect, as West Ham sealed a potential £30million Liverpool preparing Mbappe bid. Man United still want Haaland .

The transfer news keeps on coming as Mohamed Salah to leave Liverpool and Yves Bissouma to Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal are just a few of the latest reports doing the rounds. “If Salah was a player at Real Madrid or Barcelona, and playing at the same level as Liverpool , he would’ve won the Ballon d’Or, and it is normal for a Spanish newspaper to ask Salah about Real Madrid and Barcelona. In my opinion, Liverpool are considering selling Salah for economic purposes.

City may push to jump ahead of the chasing pack and use their close connection with Haaland’s father, Alfe Inge, who played for City in the past, to sign Erling this summer. If you had to bet on his next destination now, surely City are the favorites to sign Haaland.

Aouar, Bissouma to Liverpool

According to a report from Goal, Liverpool are pushing ahead with plans to sign a new midfielder this summer.

Georginio Wijnaldum is widely expected to leave on a free transfer this summer, the report states that Houssem Aouar and Yves Bissouma are Liverpool’s main central midfield targets. It also states that Klopp will focus on bringing in another center back and forward, while the likes of Xherdan Shaqiri, Divock Origi and Harry Wilson will be moved on permanently.

Jurgen Klopp has been talking about how the reigning Premier League champions simply have to finish in the top four this season in order to attract the right caliber of player to Anfield.

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Bissouma is crucial with this. Bissouma currently sits third out of all players in the Premier League for tackles made, reflecting his innate ability to be in the right place at the right time. The Malian has made 49 tackles throughout the campaign up until this point. That is one shy of Chelsea's N'Golo Kante and four behind Southampton's Oriol Romeu. As is nature's way when it comes to football transfers , the likelihood of Bissouma remaining at the AMEX Stadium for much longer is increasingly low. The former Lille man has a huge ceiling for improvement, and there are few opponents better to place yourself in

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And he’s right.

Aouar almost joined Liverpool and Arsenal in the past and it seems like the Frenchman is finally ready to move on from Lyon this summer, who want $60 million for him. Aouar, 22, is still a rising star in French football and he would be a perfect replacement for Wijnaldum.

With Jordan Henderson and James Milner coming towards the end of their careers, plus Naby Keita’s injury problems persisting, more pressure will be placed on youngster Curtis Jones and summer signing Thiago Alcantara to take hold of Liverpool’s midfield.

As for Bissouma, if Brighton are relegated from the Premier League then he is surely one of the first players they will sell to recoup their losses, while Arsenal and many others have also been linked with a move for the Mali international in recent months.

Bissouma, 24, is a more defensive option than Aouar but he is exactly the kind of midfielder that Liverpool have been missing this season to protect their back four. Is there a need for Fabinho and Bissouma in the same team? Can they play together in the midfield three?

It is clear that Klopp will have a big squad overhaul this summer, and it will be intriguing to see which players are moved on to fund the new arrivals.

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