Liverpool’s Transfer News: Rúben Amorim Eyes 36-Goal Star in $50m Cut-Price Deal

Reports suggest that Rúben Amorim is keen on bringing a prolific 36-goal striker to Anfield amid talks of a cut-price deal. Additionally, Liverpool might secure a new defender without breaking the bank.

Following a tumultuous week, Liverpool is under pressure to swiftly recover to salvage its chances of ending Jürgen Klopp’s tenure on a high note.

Recent setbacks against Atalanta and Crystal Palace have dealt severe blows to Liverpool’s ambitions in both the Europa League and the Premier League, leaving their pursuit of additional silverware hanging by a thread.

With a daunting task ahead to overturn a 3-0 deficit against Atalanta, Liverpool’s best shot at silverware seems to lie in the Premier League. However, they must rely on slip-ups from Manchester City and Arsenal to capitalize.

As the end of the season looms, attention naturally shifts to life after Klopp. While a successor has yet to be named, Sporting CP’s Rúben Amorim emerges as a top contender, sparking speculation about potential transfers from his current squad to Anfield.

Here’s the lowdown on the transfer buzz surrounding Liverpool today, featuring a touted striker and defender:

Viktor Gyökeres (Sporting CP): Amorim reportedly eyes Gyökeres as a potential addition to Liverpool if he assumes the managerial role. With the 39-year-old coach being the frontrunner to succeed Klopp, Liverpool finds itself linked to several Sporting CP players. Gyökeres, the latest name in the mix, boasts an impressive record of 36 goals from 43 appearances since joining Sporting CP from Coventry City last summer, with a reported release clause of $107m (£86m/€101m).

Gonçalo Inácio (Sporting CP): Liverpool could secure Inácio’s services for approximately $50m (£40m/€47m) in the upcoming transfer window, according to Football Insider. Despite the tendency of Portuguese clubs to set high buyout clauses, Inácio’s availability at a relatively lower fee is attributed to his status as a Portuguese international and his role as a left-sided central defender, a position lacking in prominent names.

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