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Posté le: Lun 16 Avr - 10:28 (2018) Sujet du message: Liverpool reportedly remain keen on £57.3m swoop for Napoli'
wwwpic5678According to Italian media outlet Tutto Mercato Web, Liverpool remain interested in signing Napoli ace Piotr Zielinski, with Jürgen Klopp thought to be keen on adding even further quality to his midfield ranks at Anfield.
According to Italian publication Corriere dello Sport, the Poland international has a £57.3 million release clause inserted into his current contract with the Serie A side, so he certainly won't come cheap.
Tutto Mercato Web claim that the Reds remain interested in signing Zielinski, who they view as the ideal partner for Naby Keita, with the Guinea international set to arrive at Anfield in the summer.
The Napoli ace is an orthodox central midfielder, and would be the perfect partner for the in-bound Naby Keita.
He is a wonderful passer of the football, and possesses exceptional technical ability.
Zielinski is also very well capable of mixing it physically, what with his tenacious approach to the game - something that is a prerequisite for anyone looking to be a success in the Premier League. wwwpic5678
The Poland international has a wonderful engine and impressive stamina levels - two attributes that are vital for anyone who plays under Klopp's intense, high-octane regime.
Whilst £57.3m seems like a lot of money, in today's day and age it could actually be considered as a bargain for Zielinski, especially considering the fact that he is only 23.
With the summer transfer window just a couple of months away, this will certainly be one for Reds fans to keep an eye on, and if they do manage to bring the Napoli midfielder to Anfield, he could make them unstoppable next season. wwwpic5678
Posté le: Mer 9 Mai - 09:11 (2018) Sujet du message: Rafael Benitez says Newcastle may need to break transfer rec
Rafael Benitez says Newcastle may need to break transfer record to buy a striker
รับ พนัน บอล Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez admits he may have to break the club's transfer record this summer if he is to buy a striker who can score 15 goals a season. The Magpies head into their penultimate game of the campaign at Tottenham on Wednesday evening having secured their top-flight status despite their leading scorer, Ayoze Perez, having managed only six Premier League goals. Speaking ahead of the game, the Spaniard said: "If you want to bring a striker with a guarantee of more than 10-15 goals per season, you have to pay money for him for sure."
Asked if that would cost the club more than the £16m they paid Real Madrid for Michael Owen in 2005, Benitez replied: "In this market, yes." Newcastle are currently trying to persuade Benitez to extend his stay at St James' Park as he prepares to enter the final year of his existing contract. Assurances over what he will have to spend and his freedom to do so are forming a key part of the ongoing discussions, which are complicated by the fact that the club remains up for sale. รับ พนัน บอล
However, he insists he has no problem working to a budget and would not smash the club's transfer record for the sake of it. He added: "I have been unlucky because normally I like to coach players, to improve players, and that means sometimes that the owners don't spend too much. "I was always concerned and taking care of the numbers. I was learning in England to work with a business plan - you have to have a realistic business plan and then if you know that, you have to work on that.
"Does that mean you have to break the record? If it is necessary, you can do it. But if it's not necessary, it's just to be sure you have the funds to compete." Newcastle will be looking to cement their place in the top half of the table in the next five days. They are 10th ahead of the game at Spurs which is followed by a season finale at home to Chelsea. รับ พนัน บอล