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He is Serie A champion and Liverpool would bet everything on him

Liverpool want to reinforce the midfield with a player from Inter Milan who would only leave the Giuseppe Meazza for a dizzying figure. 

Will Liverpool succeed in closing the deal?
Will Liverpool succeed in closing the deal?

In recent weeks, Liverpool's board of directors officially signed Darwin Núñez, a striker from Benfica, for whom they paid a figure close to 75 million euros plus as many more in the form of variables, in a negotiation that would reach 100 million euros.

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In addition to this, the arrival of Fabio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsey. The young Portuguese attacker officially left Fulham to join the Reds on July 1, while the 18-year-old defender has signed a long-term contract until June 30, 2027, that is, for the next five seasons. This is a clear commitment to the future of Klopp's club, which has not hesitated to go for this young promise of Scottish soccer.

Liverpool need more reinforcements. At least, that's what 'Il Corriere dello Sport' has published in recent hours, as it has published a possible interest of the English team in Nicolò Barella. It should be recalled that the transalpine international remains tied to the 'Nerazzurri' until mid-2026, in addition to being followed by clubs like PSG and Real Madrid.

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However, Jürgen Klopp is aware that it would be a great market opportunity, although that would force the British side to scratch their pocket since the Italian media itself advances that the figure could oscillate around 70 million euros. The departure of Sadio Mané to Bayern could unblock the arrival of the Italian midfielder at Anfield Road.

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