It’s weekend! And yet transfer rumours surrounding Liverpool Football Club continue ceaselessly.
The never-ending transfer saga involving Piotr Zielinski has developed somewhat with it being reported that the Pole has promised Liverpool that he will join the Merseysiders this summer,
Liverpool face competition for the Udinese midfielder’s signature from Serie A stalwarts, Napoli. A fee has already been agreed between Udinese and Napoli but it would seen that Zielinski is ready to snub last season’s Serie A runners up in favour of a switch to England.
Despite the lack of a formal bid from the Reds it is well-known that Jürgen Klopp wants the Polish international at Liverpool next season.
Italian new outlet ,TMW claim that Zielinski has given Liverpool his word. The next few days are supposedly critical to the completion of the deal with the player waiting on his potential new club.
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Lawrence Vigouroux has joined Swindon Town on a permanent basis after spending last season at the County Ground.
Klopp is allowing the 22 year old to leave the club with the goalkeeper sorted ahead of the 2016/17 season. Danny Ward, Simon Mignolet and new-boy, Loris Karius will occupy the shot-stopper’s position for next season. There really isn’t much room for Vigouroux.
The Sky Bet League One club announced the signing on their official website:
“Swindon Town are delighted to announce the permanent signing of Lawrence Vigouroux from Liverpool, subject to approval from the football authorities.”
Liverpool have also been reported as being interested in Croatian prodigy, Marko Pjaca. Italian newspaper ,Gazetta Dello Sport claimed that Dynamo Zagreb the Reds have submitted a €15 million offer and the player could have his medical as soon as Monday.
However, according to Sportmediaset, Pjaca is set for a move to Inter Milan. This deal would make a lot more sense as Inter already have a number of Croatian’s on their books which could make Pjaca’s move that much easier.
There really isn’t all that much to report today as far as concrete rumours go. The usual media fabrications are all that can be found. Catch you tomorrow, folks!