Liverpool FC agree £68.3m charge with Benfica for high Uruguay striker – report

Liverpool FC have reached a verbal settlement with Benfica to signal Darwin Nunez in a assured €80m (£68.3m) deal this summer season, in response to a report in England.

The Guardian is reporting that the FA Cup winners have reached an settlement with Benfica in regards to the switch charge and general monetary package deal for Nunez.

The identical article states that Liverpool FC are set to pay an preliminary charge of €80m (£68.3m) plus an extra €20m (£17.1m) in add-ons to doubtlessly surpass the £75m that the Reds paid for club-record signing Virgil van Dijk in 2017.

In response to the identical story, the Merseyside outfit have determined to maneuver rapidly to wrap up a deal for Nunez amid reported curiosity from their bitter rivals Manchester United.

The Guardian go on to disclose that the 22-year-old will put pen to paper on a five-year take care of Liverpool FC and can change into a key member of Jurgen Klopp’s squad.

The newspaper report says that Sadio Mane is more likely to go away Liverpool FC and be part of Bayern Munich if Nunez’s switch to Anfield goes by as anticipated.

Liverpool FC want to safe a £40m switch charge for Mane to offset their outlay on Nunez, in response to the report.

Nunez, who has been strongly linked with a switch to Anfield in current days, has netted 48 instances in 85 video games in all competitions over the previous two seasons at Benfica.

Final season, he caught the attention by scoring 32 objectives and making 4 assists in 39 video games in all competitions for the Portuguese membership, averaging a formidable 0.82 objectives per match throughout the marketing campaign.

The Uruguay worldwide has netted twice in 11 video games for his nationwide group since making his debut in 2019.

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