Liverpool FC transfer ‘a step nearer’ to signing high quality 22-year-old – report


Liverpool FC have edged nearer to sealing a deal to signal Darwin Nunez from Benfica by agreeing private phrases with the participant, in keeping with stories.

The Athletic is reporting that the Merseyside outfit have “reached an settlement” on private phrases with the 22-year-old Uruguay worldwide as they give the impression of being to strike a deal to deliver him to Anfield.

Nunez has been strongly linked with a transfer to Liverpool FC in current days and the identical report says that the Reds entered into talks with Benfica to signal the proficient attacker halfway by final week.

Nevertheless, regardless of an preliminary settlement on private phrases having reportedly been reached, the story says that as of but, nothing has been signed, and there may be not but any settlement between the 2 golf equipment on a switch payment.

The story additionally says that any deal for Nunez to go away Benfica this summer time will seemingly should be value at the very least €100m (£85.5m). That payment would eclipse the £75m that Liverpool FC spent on signing Virgil van Dijk again in January 2018, with the Dutchman at present the membership’s document acquisition.

Based on the article, talks are ongoing between the 2 golf equipment concerning the construction of the potential deal, with Benfica mentioned to be looking for €80m up entrance, with an extra €20m in performance-related add-ons.

The story additionally factors out that Nunez could possibly be an appropriate substitute for Sadio Mane, who seems as if he could possibly be transferring to Bayern Munich this summer time. Liverpool FC rejected a second €30m bid for Mane from Bayern final week, the article claims.

Nunez, who started his profession at Penarol in Uruguay, has scored a formidable 48 targets in 85 video games in all competitions for Benfica since having signed for the Portuguese membership from Almeria in September 2020.

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