Real Madrid 'interested' in $77 million Liverpool star as Champions League club Jürgen Klopp 'eyes' man -

Real Madrid ‘interested’ in $77 million Liverpool star as Champions League club Jürgen Klopp ‘eyes’ man –

Welcome to the daily Media Digest. From transfers to tweets, it can be difficult to keep up with everything that is happening at Anfield. Believable, unbelievable and everything in between, we’re putting it all together here, taking a sideways look at the daily goings-on of the media from around the world.


Real Madrid will not give up on Szoboszlai

Real Madrid are planning to scout new Liverpool signing Dominik Szoboszlai, according to a report from Defensa Central.

Liverpool activated the $77 million release clause in Szoboszlai’s contract with RB Leipzig to bring him to Anfield this weekend.

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Real Madrid could have done the same and left it to the player to choose, but chose not to get involved at this stage.

However, the Hungarian is ‘expected’ to be watched with a view to possible renewed interest in the player.

Szoboszlai has previously revealed that he was a Los Blancos supporter growing up (via Madrid Universal), but Liverpool fans shouldn’t worry too much at this point.

He has only just signed a five-year contract and playing for the Reds is a dream in itself, according to comments he made in his welcome interview.

“When I was a kid, to be honest, I didn’t watch much football, but if it was the Champions League or a big game, of course I would watch Liverpool, the big teams and the big players too,” he said. Liverpool’s official website.

Feyenoord looks at Nat Phillips

Eredivisie team Feyenoord is interested in Liverpool midfielder Nat Phillips, according to The Athletic.

The club has yet to open talks with the Reds, but can hope that his participation in the Champions League can lure him to Rotterdam.

Relegated Leeds United are also keen on Phillips, who is valued at around $13 million by the Reds.

Last season, Liverpool resisted approaches from clubs such as Benfica, Bournemouth and Galatasaray, but may now be willing to let him go in a deal that will raise money for the rest of his business.

Indeed, The Telegraph’s Chris Bascombe reports that the club will likely need to raise some money through player sales before making a bid for Southampton’s Roméo Lavia.

Liverpool have yet to sell any first-team players on a permanent basis this summer, with Fábio Carvalho, Calvin Ramsay and Rhys Williams all leaving on loan instead.

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