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Liverpool is selling another striker

First Mané, now this other star 

Liverpool is selling another striker
Liverpool is selling another striker

Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool continues to sell players. The next to leave will be Takumi Minamino (27 years old), which will leave close to 18 million euros in the Reds' coffers, if the fixed 15 million plus the 3 in variables that Monaco will pay for the Japanese striker are added, always and when he passes the medical tests, as explained by The Athletic.

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Minamino arrived at Liverpool in January 2020 for 9 million, but since then he has not been able to settle in Klopp's eleven. He spent half a season on loan at Southampton and in this last campaign his role has been fundamentally revulsive, which has served to add 14 goals in 55 games and draw the attention of the french team.

His departure, added to that of Sadio Mané for 41 million (32 in fixed plus 9 in variables), will be essential to finance the signing of Darwin Núñez. The Uruguayan striker could cost Liverpool up to 100 million and the English team has already set to work to balance the accounts. At the moment, they have entered 59 million from sales, between Mané and Minamino.

Liverpool´s attack for next season 

With these sales, Liverpool´s attack is gonna be at the feet of these three men, Mohamed Salah, Luis Diaz, and their newest signing Darwin Nuñez. It´s going to be very difficult for this trio to top the numbers that Mané, Firmino and Salah made as their attack, but Klopp is sure of what he´s doing 

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Wilian Estrella

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