Liverpool continue to sign several new contracts until this summer trying to unload some of their peripheral players.
On that note, let’s take a look at the latest Liverpool transfer news, as of June 14, 2021.
After Euro 2020, Shakir will decide the future of his Liverpool
Liverpool attacking midfielder Kherdan Shakiri has admitted that he will make a decision on his future at Liverpool. Euro 2020:,
Shakiri was linked with leaving Liverpool as he tried to join the team on a regular basis.
Last season, the player of the Swiss national team played only 14 matches in the Premier League, only five of which were in the starting lineup. Despite Sadio Mane և Roberto Firmino’s poor form, he was unable to form a regular team.
Shakiri was linked with the exit, as the Reds could sell some of their peripheral players to make way for new players.
When asked about his future, Shakir did not reveal much he said he will decide after Euro 2020.
“I really do not want to talk about it at the moment,” he told the Mirror Sport.
“I have a contract there, after the euro, of course, I will talk to my agent. We will look into the situation and then decide what to do. ”
Tottenham to compete with Liverpool for Lorenzo Pellegrini
Lorenzo Pellegrini is on the radar of “Liverpool” this summer, the “reds” are expected to face competition for his signature from Tottenham.
Both clubs value Pellegrini’s ability to assist from midfield. They are expected to strengthen in the summer են They consider Pellegrini a good option.
The release clause of the Italian, if it costs 25.8 million pounds, which is a payment that English clubs can easily afford.
Although Liverpool have an offer of Champions League football, they can have an advantage during the negotiations.
Liverpool want to seduce Pedri from Barcelona
There is no doubt that Pedri is one of the most talented players on Barcelona’s roster at the moment. However, the Spaniard’s contract with “Barcelona” expires in the summer of 2022.
With just one year left on his current contract, Pedri is of interest to Liverpool. The Reds have lost a number of first-team stars to Barcelona over the years, but are in a good position to seduce Pedri from the Camp Nou.
Despite his tender age, Pedri was Ronald Koeman’s main dentist at Barcelona last season, and losing him would be a blow because he has the talent to grow it in the future.