Liverpool transfer news: The Reds’ problem with Mohamed Salah in their pursuit of Kylian Mbappe

At the beginning of what could be a historic year for Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s team is still fighting for hardware on four fronts. But will they be bringing in any new players in January?

 

Liverpool booked their place in the FA Cup’s next round with a thrilling victory over Arsenal in the final moments of January, capping off an incredible January without Mohamed Salah.

 

Before the Reds play Fulham in their semi-final first leg this week and take a well-earned winter break, Jurgen Klopp will be hoping for a similar outcome in the Carabao Cup. Salah, who will be playing when Egypt begin their Africa Cup of Nations campaign on Sunday, won’t be taking a break.

But if Liverpool is serious about having any lofty goals of luring Kylian Mbappe to Merseyside, they may need to get used to living without their star forward.

 

These are the most recent rumors about transfers circulating at Anfield.

 

Salah-Mbappe dilemma for the Reds

Merseyside or Madrid? The star player for Paris Saint-Germain seems to be asking himself that.

 

Despite rumors circulating in Spain that Mbappe has already committed to the Bernabeu, it appears he hasn’t made up his mind about his long-term plans. Liverpool is reportedly still very much in the running for his signature, according to ESPN, but only if they can afford the enormous sums of money needed to sign the Frenchman.

At the moment, Mbappe is paid about €650,000 (£560,000) per week. In contrast, Salah, who makes £350,000 a week, is Liverpool’s highest earner. Even with a suitable club, Mbappe is rumored to be willing to lower his demands, but any deal would put a heavy financial burden on Liverpool.

Due to his availability as a free agent, the France international would also demand a high signing-on fee. It is nearly impossible for Liverpool to sign Salah to a contract. According to ESPN, Mbappe will decide in the upcoming weeks, so Liverpool won’t have much time to plan Salah’s departure and put together an offer, should the Reds decide to pursue it.

 

Carvalho on his way to Hull

 

After returning from RB Leipzig, Fabio Carvalho is expected to join Hull City on loan.

 

The former Fulham forward looks to be returning to the Championship for regular game time after failing to establish himself in Jurgen Klopp’s plans.

 

Tyler Morton, a young player from Liverpool who is now on loan at Hull, is an important member of the Tigers. Carvalho did make 15 appearances for Leipzig in his short stay, but Hull can provide the 21-year-old with more playing time as Liverpool looks to secure a play-off spot.

 

Acun Ilicali, the owner of Hull, told Sky Sports that a deal was nearly done. He said, “We agreed on all terms with him.” “In the coming days, he’ll don the Hull City shirt.”

 

Henderson made a giant European offer.

 

In an attempt to put an end to his ordeal in Saudi Arabia, numerous elite European clubs have made offers to former Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson.

 

Henderson left Anfield in the summer after spending £13 million to join Al-Ettifaq. However, after spending only six months in the Middle East, Henderson is itching to leave.

 

Talksport article In an attempt to determine whether clubs would be interested in hiring Henderson, contacts have been made to Bayern Munich, Juventus, and Bayer Leverkusen. Henderson’s outrageous salary may make it difficult to negotiate a loan agreement, but Ettifaq is adamant that he is not for sale.

 

 

 

 

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