Khéphren Thuram, a nice midfielder, has generated some transfer buzz for Liverpool, and Jürgen Klopp’s team is thought to have beaten Pep Guardiola to a $33 million signing.
Despite the fact that Liverpool hasn’t played in a while, news about the potential Reds’ roster for the upcoming season keeps trickling in.
The main topic of conversation today has been Nice starlet Khéphren Thuram, 22, who will represent France U21s this week at the European Championships. Beginning on Wednesday, that competition will also include Manu Koné and Gabri Veiga, two additional players Liverpool is keeping an eye on.
Thuram has attracted interest due to a number of factors, including his social media activity. Although he will be away with his national team this week, Thuram is undoubtedly someone Liverpool should keep an eye on.
It is coincidentally exactly 10 years to the day since Thiago Alcântara scored the first-ever hat-trick in the final of that competition as Spain defeated Italy 4-2. Expect plenty more of that — as well as plenty more inquiries about his future — as he prepares to take the European Championships by storm.
In a match that included players like Koke, lvaro Morata, and Lorenzo Insigne, Thiago shone for his nation against the Italians. also Alberto Moreno, Fabio Borini, etc.
Here are the two Liverpool.com stories from today that you shouldn’t miss, beginning with a look at Thuram and concluding with the most recent transfer rumors from around the globe.
It’s exciting to watch Khéphren Thuram.
Thuram of Nice seems to be the player most likely to follow Alexis MacAllister out the door at Anfield, and Ibrahima Konaté is undoubtedly eager for it to happen.
When questioned about the move today, Konaté expressed his “hope” that a deal could be reached despite previously referring to Thuram as his “little brother.”.
Trent Alexander-Arnold’s recent performance for England received a lot of attention on social media thanks to Thuram, who earlier sparked excitement among Liverpool supporters by liking the post. You can click here to read more about that.
“Man City beat to $33 million transfer”.
According to the Spanish website El Nacional, Micky van de Ven, a defender for Wolfsburg, has been acquired by Liverpool for a sum of $33 million (£26 million/€30 million). Additionally, Manchester City was purportedly interested in him.
The 22-year-old Dutch star has the skills to carry the ball out from the back like Jol Matip, making him the perfect choice to play the left-sided defender position for Liverpool in the new-look system.
Van de Ven, a devoted Reds supporter, provided some quotes that David Comerford used to further his investigation of the topic. Meanwhile, Matt Addison provided the most recent transfer round-up in this article.