Liverpool with Financial Power to Get £44million Star Signing Done

If the latest reports in the media are anything to go by then Liverpool are heavily linked with more than a few attacking playmakers.
Recently, we have covered reports (via various media) outlets claiming that the Reds are interested in signing the likes of Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Dortmund’s Mario Gotze and Leverkusen’s Julian Brandt.
Spanish international and Athletico Bilbao playmaker Inaki Williams has been constantly linked with a move to Anfield as well.
The Merseysiders tried to sign him in January 2015 but opted not to meet his €20m release clause. Now, the 22-year-old star has a release clause of 50 million euros in his contract (£44million) and reports suggest that Liverpool are with the financial power to finally sign him in the summer transfer window (SW via AS).
The La Liga star is mainly a right winger but he can effectively operate on the left wing as well. Moreover, this season, Bilbao have utilized him in the center forward position on many occasions.
In the current campaign, Inaki has already featured in 37 games and directly contributed in 12 goals (5 goals and 7 assists).
As per the provided Sport Witness link, Serie A champions Juventus are also looking to sign the Spaniard. Therefore, Klopp will have to act fast if he wants Williams at Anfield.
Also Read: Not Ox – Liverpool Look to Agree $27million Versatile Star Signing

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  1. Avatar Christopher says:

    If this there is money over there, bring in chamberlain, Abumeyang and also top names, they are over there, problem is can u afford them? And the big deal is only when Liverpool wil qualify for champions league, can they? That’s my only and single problem,…(YNWA) up Reds

  2. Avatar Christopher says:

    if Liverpool fail to qualify for champion league , big player will not come to liverpool

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