Report: Liverpool are Preparing “Huge Bid” for 25-year-old “Prime Target” with Loans Out on Cards

Liverpool are gearing up for business before the January transfer window closes, focusing on the loan market and potentially laying the groundwork for summer deals.

As the final week of the transfer window approaches, heightened activity is noticeable throughout the Premier League.

While Tottenham secured signings like Timo Werner and Radu Dragusin, top clubs have seen limited incoming transfers. A recent development involves West Ham’s progress in pursuing Kalvin Phillips, contrasting with ongoing speculation about Newcastle’s stars leaving the club.

Liverpool, yet to make a signing, are actively involved in the loan market. Fabio Carvalho takes center stage, having been recalled from RB Leipzig and swiftly moving to Hull City. Anfield might witness more departures, facilitating valuable experience for young talents. Additionally, there’s a possibility of strategic moves being made in preparation for the upcoming summer.

The Reds sit top of the Premier League and may consider fortifying their position with a strategic deal as the month progresses. Newsnow Liverpool rounds up the latest transfer rumours unfolding at Anfield.

Liverpool Preparing “Huge Bid”

Liverpool’s pursuit of Atlanta’s Teun Koopmeiners persists, as the Reds are reportedly a “huge bid”. According to Tutto Atalanta, the Dutch international is a “prime target” for the Anfield side.

The midfielder from Atlanta shows hesitancy towards leaving his current club during the season, although several clubs, including Newcastle, Manchester United, and Juventus, have demonstrated considerable interest in the versatile 25-year-old.

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Liverpool’s initial interest in Koopmeiners surfaced during the summer transfer window, coinciding with their acquisitions of Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endo, and Ryan Gravenberch to fortify their midfield. The former Alkmaar player remains under contract in Italy until 2027 and possesses the capability to assume a defensive role in the center of the field.

Ronaldo on Kylian Mbappe’s Future

Kylian Mbappe’s future with Paris Saint-Germain remains uncertain, with Real Madrid emerging as the probable destination amid speculation about a potential move to Liverpool. Brazil legend Ronaldo believes that the Bernabeu is where the Frenchman will continue his journey.

He told RMC Sport: “Madrid always has the best players in the world… it’s a philosophy that has been maintained for many years and it’s no surprise that they continue to want the best footballers.”

In January, Ronaldo attended an NBA match in Paris with Mbappe. While he didn’t confirm a move, he spoke positively about his time in Spain.

“I don’t know if he’s going to Real Madrid, but it’s true that he speaks almost perfect Spanish,” he added, “I don’t know what’s going to happen, but it’s a soap opera that’s already becoming very long.”

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Loans Out on the Cards

In the last week of January, there’s anticipated activity at Anfield as the Reds openly express their intentions. Pep Lijnders has touched upon Calvin Ramsay’s future, hinting that he might not be the only.p player with the potential depart.

Lijnders said: “Him and Nat [Phillips], good examples. There’s interest – [which] is good. We have to find – with the agent, with himself, with the clubs – the right decision for the player. He needs to have game time, needs to play, have a lot of success.

“That’s why I like the move of Fabio [Carvalho], for example. He plays a lot, is straight away decisive – together with Tyler [Morton]. Matt Newberry, our head of loans, he’s full of business this winter. He needs a holiday after this for sure!

“These boys all have potential, otherwise they would not be with us. But they need as well the right pathway. What you said, a good loan can do wonders.”

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