After connecting with Liverpool, Kylian Mbappé “agrees to transfer,” while Juventus “pulls out” of the Man City deal.

After connecting with Liverpool, Kylian Mbappé “agrees to transfer,” while Juventus “pulls out” of the Man City deal.

A transfer agreement between Kylian Mbappé and his next club is rumored to have been finalized. An agreement between Juventus and Manchester City has fallen through.


It looks like Liverpool may be just a few steps away from being free of constant rumors regarding Kylian Mbappé’s future. It appears that he may have consented to a move that would ultimately cause him to leave PSG.


Jürgen Klopp once acknowledged that he and the Liverpool staff “laugh” about this rumor (Sky Germany). However, as Mbappé’s contract in the French capital approaches its last six months, the largely forgotten tale has gained significant attention once again.

More realistically, the question is whether Liverpool will do any business at all in January. After eliminating a significant opponent for the trophy, Klopp’s team advances to the FA Cup’s fourth round. On Wednesday, they will kick off a two-leg League Cup semifinal. In the meantime, opportunity presents itself as it leads the Premier League and has clinched a bye through the Europa League play-off round.

Liverpool signed Luis Díaz in an attempt to push for an even better quadruple in 2022, and he ultimately helped deliver two of those trophies. The Colombian has recovered in time to maybe pull off that ruse once more, but there’s always the temptation to enter the market once more.

While this is going on, Klopp will be monitoring the activities of his competitors; one Manchester City deal seems to be on the rocks. Before the midweek match against Fulham, here is Liverpool.com’s analysis of some of the most important stories in European football right now.


Kylian Mbappé has expressed his agreement to move, but not to Liverpool.

Although Liverpool may have forced its way into the tabloids, Mbappé and Real Madrid always seemed like a match made in heaven. The Spanish powerhouse has pursued him on multiple occasions, and it has long been assumed that a move to La Liga would follow the expiration of his PSG contract.


Now, Foot Mercato claims that Mbappé and the transfer’s terms have finally been agreed upon. “A few days ago” was when the decision was made.


Naturally, Real Madrid believed it had an agreement with Mbappé before, only to have that agreement unexpectedly revoked. However, as the French outlet puts it, as things stand, “the soap opera will be able to end.”


Real Madrid is undoubtedly the one place where Mbappé is untouchable, according to Liverpool.com. He would be one of the “out-of-reach XI” of players Liverpool once fancied, alongside Jude Bellingham.


Right now, the main feeling is probably relief that the story can come to an end. If this goes through, the links can finally stop, as it never seemed likely at all. Naturally, Liverpool will undoubtedly be added back into the mix if there is a last-minute hiccup.


Juventus withdraws from the Man City agreement

The focus will be on Manchester City, who has already welcomed back Kevin De Bruyne from injury, and whether they can bolster the first team during the January transfer window. That could be a very intimidating idea.


However, sales are the primary priority right now, particularly getting Kalvin Phillips off the books. Pep Guardiola’s disapproval of him has long since been evident, and the former Leeds player has finally come to terms with his fate.

Juventus appeared to be a potential suitor. However, after fruitless negotiations over a loan fee and salary coverage with Manchester City, Fabrizio Romano claims that the Italians now have “no intention to proceed.” Newcastle is still interested in the situation, and other teams might follow suit.


Manchester City hasn’t had many bad transfers, but this is undoubtedly one of them, according to Liverpool.com. It’s a sign of how badly Phillips’s standing has declined at the Etihad that he is finding it difficult to even command a respectable loan fee. In the event of a permanent sale, it’s unlikely that much of the money will be recovered.


Phillips was oddly linked to Liverpool at one point. But with Wataru Endō, who came for a little amount of money, Klopp will be much happier.



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