This offseason, Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Manchester City will battle it out to capture Josko Gvardiol. For Gvardiol, RB Leipzig didn’t accept anything less than a €100 million bid.
Real Madrid is also interested in Gvardiol, but will not make a bid that exceeds €60 million.There have been no fresh contract negotiations.
Liverpool is interested in signing Josko Gvardiol from RB Leipzig, but rumors suggest that they will struggle to outbid Manchester City for his services.
Since the start of the new year, Jurgen Klopp’s team has only earned one point in the Premier League, and as a consequence, they are now 12 points outside of the top four.
Over the offseason, Liverpool will surely aim to bolster their midfield, but they could also be in need of fixing the middle of their defense.
Joel Matip has had trouble staying healthy, while Virgil van Dijk has been out since the beginning of the year due to a hamstring problem.
Joel Matip has had trouble staying healthy, while Virgil van Dijk has been out since the beginning of the year due to a hamstring problem.It also appears that Gvardiol is a target for Klopp’s team, although they may not be able to afford to sign the center-back.
According to sources, Liverpool is interested in Gvardiol but feels they will have a difficult time luring him away from teams like Manchester City and Real Madrid.
Dealing for Gvardiol is hard because Klopp’s team seems to have made Matheus Nunes and Jude Bellingham two of their top offseason goals.
According to the source, Leipzig would want that the 21-year-old’s release clause, which is now worth around £85.7 million, be fulfilled in full.
Over the last year, Gvardiol has established himself as one of Europe’s most promising young players, and his World Cup exploits a few months ago are likely to have increased his asking price.
The Croatian center-back, who has been called “outstanding,” would surely expand Klopp’s choices at the position.
Liverpool will need to fill this spot during the upcoming transfer window since players like Joe Gomez have had a difficult start to the campaign.