Liverpool to ‘complete three new signings’ as Real Madrid are warned off £44m Reds star

Before the month of June is out, Premier League club Liverpool reportedly want to sign three new players.

The Reds have had a poor season by their standards with Jurgen Klopp’s side leaving their best form of the campaign too late to make the top four.

With seven victories in their last eight games failing to displace Manchester United or Newcastle United from the top four, Liverpool, who is currently in fifth place and plays already-relegated Southampton on the final day of the season, will have to make do with Europa League football next season.

And now that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner, and Naby Keita are all about to leave Anfield at the end of their contracts, Klopp is planning to make a number of new signings to strengthen his squad, with midfield being a big priority.

According to Football Insider, the Liverpool manager is confident that the Reds will “complete three new signings by the end of June,” with his transfer team “prioritizing deals for central midfielders, a centre-back, and a right-back, while also considering a backup goalkeeper if Caoimhin Kelleher leaves this summer.”

According to the report, Liverpool are “growing increasingly confident” of securing a deal for Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister soon and that “bringing in multiple midfield targets” is their “top priority.”

According to reports, Liverpool is eager to close a few deals quickly so that “they can join up with the squad for the start of the club’s pre-season tour.”

Recent rumors about Andy Robertson leaving Liverpool have Real Madrid of Spain as a potential destination for a £44 million deal for the Scotland international.

According to reports, Real Madrid will consider offers if they come in this summer because Los Blancos want Robertson to replace Ferland Mendy due to the France international’s history of injuries.

Frank McAvennie, a former West Ham and Celtic striker, believes Kieran Tierney “is better” if Real Madrid is looking for a left-back.

According to McAvennie, “it is advantageous for Scotland and Scottish soccer.

“Kieran Tierney was also brought up in conversation. As a defender, I believe Tierney to be superior to Andy.

“I believe either of them would fit in at Real Madrid. It would be wonderful to have either one with Vinicius Junior.

“Although Liverpool undoubtedly needs a makeover, I could see it working with either of them.”

Igbo Kennedy

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