The final weeks of the transfer window could be centered around Liverpool’s outgoings after completing three players signings.
In recent weeks, Jurgen Klopp’s side has signed Calvin Ramsay, Darwin Nunez, and Fabio Carvalho while saying goodbye to players like Divock Origi, Sadio Mane, and Takumi Minamino. Neco Williams, who is edging closer to joining Nottingham Forest, appears destined to become the latest first-team player to leave.
Regardless of whether Liverpool feels the need to bolster their squad for a fourth time between now and September 1, the Reds are still linked with a number of players. We’ve compiled the most recent reports about potential arrivals at Anfield below.
Matheus Nunes, a midfielder for Sporting Lisbon, has apparently become a transfer target for the Reds. Everton is one among the teams listed as a potential destination for the 23-year-old Portuguese international as speculation about a Premier League transfer has persisted over the past year.
While it is alleged that no official bid has yet been made by any party, Chelsea and Manchester City are both rumoured to be interested in Nunes. The former Estoril star, who won a championship with Sporting during the 2020–21 season, has risen in reputation and was selected for the 2020–21 Primeira Liga Team of the Season.
According to reports, Liverpool forward Diogo Jota is set to sign a new deal.
The dynamic forward, who was signed from Wolverhampton Wanderers back in 2020, has made great strides to become an important member of Jurgen Klopp’s team. He filled in for the injured Firmino last season, scoring 21 goals and providing eight assists while Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane were away at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Because of this, the Reds want to reward him with a new contract and raise his salary from the reported £90,000 per week. In 2025, his current contract will be up.
The Nottingham Forest medicals for Neco Williams is about to start. The recently promoted Premier League team and Liverpool have agreed on a transfer fee of about £17 million that sees the defender leave Anfield, according to the ECHO.
According to recent sources, medicals will take place on Sunday before the move is considered complete. Williams was on loan to Fulham for the second half of last season as we recall.