Transfer news and rumors Liverpool: January 2023 transfer window | Transfer Center

After the winter transfer window opens on January 1, 2023, we summarize Liverpool’s deals, plus the players involved in moves to and from Anfield.

Liverpool interested in Nunes but more likely to move to summer

Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes is sought after by Liverpool
Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes is sought after by Liverpool

Liverpool maintains interest in the wolf midfielder Matheus Nunes – but Sky Sports News have been told they are more likely to pursue a deal in the summer than in January.

The Red Devils want to strengthen their midfield but will make sure they sign the right player, even if that means waiting until the end of the season.

Nunes is one of a number of midfielders Jurgen Klopp’s club are keeping an eye on and there was an interest in the player before he joined Wolves from Sporting Lisbon last summer, while Manchester City have also joined Wolves. follow him.

There have been reports that Liverpool will try to sign him for £44m but Sky Sports News have been told the fee is unrealistic, with Wolves valuing him at more than £50m.

There was certainly no approach from Liverpool to Wolves this month in terms of signing Nunes.

Klopp: No one has come to me and asked to leave the club

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Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp remains tight-lipped about future signings but is pleased with the latest addition, Cody Gakpo

New Liverpool forward Cody Gakpo could be in the FA Cup this weekend after being left out of the squad for Monday night’s loss to Brentford.

Jurgen Klopp has not ruled out signing more while the market is open but that looks unlikely for now and the manager admits they have to raise some cash before more deals can be done.

Klopp said: “I’ve been here for seven years and every window is the same; We talk about these things as if money played no part.

“Never like this. We sign a great player like Cody Gakpo and then you read about the next player.

“We can’t play like Monopoly. Of course we can’t spend and never can.

“It’s an important part of my philosophy, working with faith and trust with the players we have and not constantly telling them we need another player to replace us.

“Obviously you need real quality in all positions and the two teams are on the same level for you to rotate but people were surprised when we said we couldn’t start splashing.

“If there’s something we can do and that means the right player and the financial situation, we’ll do it.”

Asked if any of his extra players could be offloaded, he added: “It’s a different situation, I don’t know.

“Nobody has come to me and asked to leave the club, if that’s the case then I would listen but no one has come yet.”

Klopp: Gakpo arrival ‘doesn’t affect Firmino’ future

Roberto Firmino celebrates after giving Liverpool a 1-0 lead
Roberto Firmino’s contract with Liverpool expires in the summer

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Liverpool are currently in talks with Roberto Firmino about his future – but admitted signing Cody Gakpo “didn’t influence” the club’s decision, according to Mirror.

The Reds announced the Dutch international’s arrival on Wednesday after they usurped Manchester United’s pursuit of the 23-year-old.

However, Gakpo’s arrival has raised question marks over Firmino’s future as the 31-year-old’s contract expires in the summer.

Liverpool currently have six recognized strikers in the team, with Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Gakpo and Firmino making up their forward division.

When asked about Firmino’s future and whether Gakpo’s arrival would have any effect, Klopp said: “No. We have talked to Bobby. In my opinion, I definitely want him to stay. That has no impact.”

“If it affects Bobby, then you have to ask him.”

Gakpo joins Liverpool

Liverpool complete the signing of the Dutch striker Cody gakpo from PSV.

The Red Devils have paid between £35m and £45m for the striker, who has scored three goals in five appearances at the World Cup in Qatar.

Gakpo, who had a medical at Merseyside on Wednesday afternoon, is said to have contracted until 2028.

Klopp on ‘special’ Bellingham: He’s so mature you’d think he’s 29!

Jurgen Klopp refuses to place value on Liverpool goals Jude Bellingham but praised the “exceptional” qualities of the Borussia Dortmund midfielder ahead of the January transfer window.

Klopp is a long-time admirer of Bellingham and the teenager is believed to be his number one summer target, with the club understood to have a huge amount of ground ready for a potential transfer. power.

However, competition for the England international, who has enjoyed a stellar World Cup, is already fierce, with Real Madrid and several other Premier League teams.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says everyone knows England and Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham is ‘special’

“I don’t like to talk about money when you talk about a player like him. Everyone can see how special he is,” the Liverpool manager said.

“If you mention to someone who knows nothing about football, or who knows about football and hasn’t watched it in a while (and asks), ‘How old do you think Jude Bellingham is?’, I don’t think. someone will even be close to his age.

“They’ll say 28 or 29 because he’s so mature. He played an exceptional World Cup. Absolutely phenomenal.”

Who has Liverpool been linked with?

Matheus Nunes – Liverpool are investigating the purchase of midfielder Nunes from Wolves under an agreement last summer when the Portuguese international nearly signed for the Anfield team but the transfer failed.Daily telegramJanuary 2nd).

Jude Bellingham – Jude Bellingham is said to have been called up to negotiate with Dortmund chiefs as Europe’s biggest clubs vie for him (Sun, January 3); Real Madrid are ready to sign Bellingham in the summer, which would make Liverpool miss their number one transfer target (Journal, December 29); Liverpool have been asked to avoid paying a “stupid amount” for England star Bellingham and instead sign two players who could improve Jurgen Klopp’s squad for a lower price (JournalDecember 29).

Employed Lozano – Liverpool are in prime position to sign Napoli winger Lozano, according to reports in Italy (daily mirrorDecember 28).

Enzo Fernandez – Benfica have rejected an offer of £88m from an unnamed club for their World Cup-winning midfielder, according to reports in Portugal (Mirror, December 24); Benfica is said to have put a £105m bid on midfielder Fernandez, a potential Liverpool and Manchester United target, after a string of superb performances for World Cup winners Argentina (Sun, December 23); Argentina midfielder Fernandez the priority will be a move to Liverpool as clubs line up to sign the Benfica player (MirrorDecember 21st).

Enzo Fernandez of Argentina celebrates after scoring his team's second goal
Enzo Fernandez won the World Cup with Argentina in Qatar

Arthur Melo – Liverpool are waiting for Jurgen Klopp to make a decision on Arthur’s future, with the Red Devils having the option of signing the Brazilian permanently for a regional fee of £33m.JournalDecember 23).

Felipe Rodriguez-Gentile – Manchester United and Liverpool are among the clubs watching Preston prodigy Rodriguez-Gentile, who scored five goals in an FA Youth Cup match earlier this season (daily mirrorDecember 23).

Marcus Thuram – Allan Saint-Maximin hopes France World Cup star Thuram will reject a move to Liverpool in favor of linking up with him at Newcastle (Daily mailDecember 23).

Sofia Amrabat – Tottenham, Chelsea, Liverpool, West Ham, Newcastle and Atletico Madrid are among the teams keeping an eye on Amrabat’s future.Daily mail, December 16); Liverpool are serious in their bid to sign Amrabat, according to reports, and Fiorentina will not turn down a £35m offer for the midfielder.JournalDecember 22).

Thorgan Hazard of Belgium and Sofyan Amrabat of Morocco compete for the ball
Sofyan Amrabat (right) shines for Morocco as they finish fourth at the World Cup

Youssoufa Moukoko – Chelsea face competition from Manchester United and Liverpool for Borussia Dortmund’s Moukoko, but interested clubs will have to convince the 18-year-old German that he will not be signed to sit on the bench. reserve (TimeDecember 15th).

Chris Rigg – Liverpool lead rivals Everton and Newcastle in the race to sign Sunderland England captain Rigg, who has been dubbed “the next Jordan Henderson” (Daily Star on SundayDecember 10).

Players involved in leaving Liverpool

Roberto Firmino – Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Liverpool are in talks with Firmino over his future – but admits signing Cody Gakpo has ‘no influence’ on the club’s decision (Daily Mirror, December 30); Al Nassr’s interest in Liverpool forward Firmino is a strong hint that they have chilled in signing Cristiano Ronaldo to a lucrative free contract.SunDecember 12th).

Confirmed Liverpool contract

Cody gakpo – PSV, £45 million

Confirmed leaving Liverpool

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