Liverpool transfer news; Kalidou Koulibaly interest, Stefan de Vrij linked, Diego Carlos claim

Liverpool transfer news; Kalidou Koulibaly interest, Stefan de Vrij linked, Diego Carlos claim

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Here's another old favourite when it comes to the Liverpool transfer tittle-tattle trail of centre-backs.

Liverpool are in ‘pole’ position to sign Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli this summer and can meet Napoli’s demands for the defender, according to a report.

Sport Witness again cite Italian journalist Vincenzo Morabito, as saying the Reds are leading the race for the Senegalese star.

“Koulibaly and Fabian Ruiz are on their way out: if they were to be sold, two other high-level players would arrive.

“There are concrete interests for both, but the post-Covid prices will be downwards.

“Liverpool is in pole for Koulibaly, and it is also the club that can satisfy De Laurentiis economically.”

Diego Carlos could be a Liverpool ‘star signing’

Sevilla defender Diego Carlos is wanted by Liverpool and could be the club's "star signing" this summer, according to a report.

Sport Witness cites Fichajes as claiming that the Reds and their old foes Manchester United both have the centre-back on their radars.

Their article states that the Merseyside club are ‘willing to put good amount of money on the table’ for the former Nantes man, and insists that Jurgen Klopp's side tried to sign the 28-year-old during the last winter window.

They add that while Sevilla were against the idea of Carlos leaving midway through the campaign, and ‘postponed a possible negotiation’ until the end of this season, he could leave the La Liga side and make a switch to Anfield this summer, and in the process ‘become one of the star signings’ for next season.

'Deal is possible' - Roma insist they can land Wijnaldum

A move for Gini Wijnaldum to Jose Mourinho's Roma is possible according to a report, despite claims on Monday that the Liverpool player was asking for too much money.

Sport Witness cite Corriere dello Sport as making the claim, insisting that long-time admirers Barcelona's chances look to be decreasing due to Ronald Koeman's uncertain position.

Bayern were thrown into the mix earlier this month, only for denials to appear from media close to the Bundesliga club, and even claims in the German media that Wijnaldum’s agent has been feeding the press with untruths about interest.

According to Corriere dello Sport and their take on the player moving to Roma, ‘the deal is possible’ due to Italy’s advantageous tax rules for incomers. Wijnaldum would get tax relief on the first two years of his contract, meaning Roma would be able to pay him €4.5m a year after deductions.

Liverpool must be wary over move for £10m player in Klopp's 'notebook'

Liverpool have been linked with a transfer move for Aaron Ramsey as Gini Wijnaldum looks increasingly likely to join Barcelona, writes Andrew Beasley.

Even if Ramsey were to be made available, would he be the right signing for Liverpool? He was once described as “the best attacking midfielder in the Premier League” by Steven Gerrard, but that isn’t a role which Wijnaldum has performed for the Reds if they have the Welshman in mind as his replacement.

That's all for now from Anfield.

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