Liverpool could receive ‘£ 34m transfer boost’ with Inter Milan and Sevilla

In less than nine weeks, the 2020/21 Premier League season comes to an end.

It is almost impossible to predict what the maximum results will be on the top flight, but as sure as the night follows the day we can be sure that Liverpool will be tied. to several moves while disappointing title defense comes to an end.

The inevitable calls for Jurgen Klopp to enter the transfer market and strengthen his squad have already begun, while names the club deserves to keep going and there will no doubt be any of those already at Anfield with moves away from if they have been judged as non-performance or outside of this term.

And, with that, it is reported that a special Divock Origi is targeted by Serie A directors Inter Milan.

according to the Daily Mail, through an Italian revolution CalcioMercato , Antonio Conte is looking to “finish his attack” and has put together a shortlist of four players he wants the club to watch – with Origi their preferred option ahead of Gervinho , Arsenal star, who now plays for Parma, Leonardo Pavoletti at Cagliari and Sassuolo Gianluca Scamacca.

The report states that a tax of around £ 13m could land Origi. Liverpool have previously made it clear that they are open for bids for the 25-year-old, although they will respect the player’s own decision before any move is finalized.

A move away from Anfield would make sense if the Belgian international wants to play more football with Klopp also getting a boost to his transfer fund in the summer if a contract goes through – and it could be like one to monitor.

Also, according to a Spanish publication La Razon , Xherdan Shaqiri and Takumi Minamino are targeting Sevilla this summer.

The announcement suggests Shaqiri could leave because he did not get the “expected publicity” at Liverpool, with the La Liga side hoping to pay € 15million (£ 13m) to sign him. Switzerland international.

A contract for Shaqiri, in which another injection of money into the transfer coffers with FSG’s sell-to-buy policy, could be a sensible option for all parties with the 29- years get more time on the pitch and the Reds are able to refresh their squad.

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In the same report, La Razon states that Takumi Minamino is also a “target for Sevilla” and that the club would be willing to pay € 10m (£ 8.5m) for the Japanese international – believing that there is an opportunity because Klopp took the decision to loan the player to Southampton for the second half of this season.

However, such claims are wildly speculative and it would make no sense for the Reds to release Minamino for a little more than they paid for it – especially with what it did down the south coast and the planning. A long-running succession that previously took place at Anfield signing the 26-year in January 2020.

It remains to be seen whether Liverpool will sell these particular fringe players – and whether a total of £ 34m can be achieved in the mainstream market if they do.

Reports from the continent are little more than supposition and guesswork at this point but there are stars named Origi and Shaqiri who cheerfully move hungry fans who may be keeping an eye on them. this summer.