Liverpool could possibly be set to swoop for a second Porto participant following the beautiful begin Luis Diaz has made to life at Anfield.
Diaz arrived on the membership through the January switch window for a charge that might rise to £50million and has already netted two targets in six Premier League matches. And following the massive success of the January signing, the Reds might return for one more Porto participant within the close to future.
It comes because the Reds have been informed that Barcelona’s curiosity in Mohamed Salah could possibly be a blessing in disguise. And Virgil van Dijk has questioned the techniques he is having to play beneath Louis van Gaal at worldwide stage.
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Van Dijk questions Holland techniques
Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk has criticised the techniques of the Dutch nationwide aspect beneath Louis van Gaal.
The Reds defender was performed in the midst of a again three as Van Gaal opted to set-up in a 3-4-1-2 system as Holland beat Denmark 4-2 on Saturday. Following the win, Van Dijk mentioned he would “favour” enjoying a 4-3-3 formation along with his nationwide group however Van Gaal “has a really robust opinion” abut his 3-4-1-2 set-up.
And in typical trend, the Holland supervisor has sensationally hit again at Van Dijk’s feedback.
Salah curiosity a ‘blessing’
Liverpool might benefit from Barcelona’s reported curiosity in Mohamed Salah, it’s claimed.
The Reds ahead’s contract on the membership runs out on the finish of subsequent season and the membership might promote him this summer season if no new deal is agreed by then relatively than face the prospect of shedding their star man for nothing in a 12 months’s time. That has led to Spanish giants Barcelona reportedly registering their curiosity in signing the participant, and promoting could attraction to Jurgen Klopp.
With little time left on his contract with the Anfield outfit, the approaching switch window could possibly be Liverpool’s final likelihood to show a revenue on the £37million they initially spent on him.
Second Porto swoop eyed
Liverpool might return to Luis Diaz’s former membership Porto in a bid to drag off a second main switch coup.
The Reds have reportedly despatched assistant supervisor Pep Lijnders to look at Vitinha and regulate the Portuguese midfielder’s progress. Vitinha, who had a disappointing mortgage spell at Wolves final season, reportedly has a £33.3million launch clause in his contract.
However after impressing again in his homeland this season, the Reds might face stiff competitors for his signature.