Barcelona star Frank Kessie could be a great signing for Liverpool, according to reporter Iomie Stanley
Barcelona haven’t been impressed by Kessié so far, who has failed to adapt in his new club and is seen last in the midfield pecking order.
Barca reportedly feel his wages are too high for his performances and are reportedly ready let the player leave in the coming windows.
And that could alert Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp to a possible deal once the winter window opens up in just a few weeks time
It is well known that they will have to delve into that transfer kitty and add some more depth to the squad in the coming transfer window in order to get back into the hunt for that Premier league title.
They were heavily linked with a move for Kessie during the transfer window and will surely make a move again should he actually come onto the transfer market.
And if you believe the words of Reporter Iomie Stanley – he would be a good signing for the club – he told icfootballnews: ‘With all the quality that Barcelona have in that midfield – it is easy to see why Kessie is struggling to make the impact that many had hoped for – but he would be a very good signing for Liverpool
‘He is just the type of player that the Reds are in need of adding to the squad – so they would be massive fools to not make a move for the man should the opportunity be there.
‘If he comes onto the market – there is a very good chance the Reds could sign the player – and he would be a brilliant addition to the side.’
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Bellingham message sent
Borussia Dortmund director Carsten Cramer has warned Liverpool that Jude Bellingham will not be gifted to them
Bellingham was the subject of interest from LiverpoolFC in the summer transfer window, but Dortmund made it clear they wouldn’t entertain any sale for one of their most impressive performers
However – it is widely believed that all the big clubs will be eyeing up a possible deal for Bellingham during the January window – rather than getting into a big time summer battle next summer
But amid all the speculation and rumours – Liverpool have been told that Bellingham will not be gifted to them – despite the two clubs having a strong link.
Cramer told Vietnam News: “Maybe there is a success existing between Jude Bellingham and (England’s) success in the World Cup. He has a contract. I’m a sales person regarding commercial business, but not regarding the player’s business.
“We are happy to have him on board one hundred percent and the longer Jude will play for us, the better it will be.”
He added: “We have a high sympathy for Liverpool for sure.
“We are still in a good relationship to Jurgen and many others at Liverpool, so for me, it’s my preferred club in EPL as well. But don’t expect that we will make gifts to Liverpool.”
Rice told to move
Emmanuel Petit has urged Liverpool target Declan Rice to leave West Ham for a Champions League club.
Over the past few seasons – Declan Rice has developed into one of the best central midfielders in the game and a man that is tipped to leave for one of the big clubs.
So far West Ham have been able to keep hold of their star man as he has a nice long contract – but as he comes towards the end of that deal – there is more and more speculation about his long-term future.
This World Cup has shown that he is ready to play for a big club – and amid all the speculation that Liverpool are keen on the man – he has admitted that he has dreams of a big move.
Now – Petit, a Premier League and World Cup winning midfielder, has now urged Rice to follow his dreams, telling Midnite: ‘Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham are among the best [midfield duo] in the world for sure.
‘They are very important to the way that England play. I also really like Casemiro and Lucas Pacqueta [for Brazil].
‘You could also talk about Rice’s future too. I’m sorry West Ham fans, but Declan Rice needs to leave. If he wants to improve he needs to be playing in the Champions League.
‘I know he loves West Ham and he’s dedicated to them but he has to ask himself the question because West Ham are struggling and he needs to be playing with the top players every single weekend.’