Liverpool sell and transfer LIVE – Enzo Fernandez ‘pre-agreement’, Jude Bellingham move, Darwin Nunez back

Liverpool transfer news, rumours, gossip and speculation including updates on Sofyan Amrabat, Roberto Firmino, Luis Diaz, Jude Bellingham and Sander Berge plus the latest on a potential takeover of the club following FSG’s decision to seek investment or full sale

FSG have made telling moves behind the scenes hinting at Liverpool’s plans

Liverpool owner and head of FSG John Henry

In the not-too-distant past, the owners of Liverpool Fenway Sports Group have been looking for ways to expand their footballing interests.

Having acquired Liverpool in 2010 for £300m and spending the next decade trying to grow the club into a global power once again, FSG are now assessing what the future holds for their Reds tenure, opening themselves up to expressions of interest from those who are keen to in. pocket that wants to take a controlling stake in the club.

ECHO has been told that the FSG’s stance remains where investment through ‘strategic partners’ would be preferred, but with an offer of $4 billion (£3.3 billion) and above for full ownership the possibility of at least hearing the potential sale remains in play.

FSG have been trying to bring structural change to football in recent times, with their involvement in the highly unpopular European Super League plot and the Premier League‘s Big Picture Project plans both falling through. For FSG principal John W. Henry, the latter was the hardest pill to swallow, a vision in which the biggest clubs sought to put more money into the EFL but where concessions would see a reduced-size Premier League and competitions like the Carabao Cup kicking in. into the long grass.

When will Darwin Nunez return to Liverpool while absent the World Cup awaits

Darwin Nunez in action for Uruguay during the World Cup

Darwin Nunez missed Liverpool’s clash with Lyon in Dubai this weekend but the Uruguay international will meet his team-mates this week.

The Reds lost the first of their two Dubai Super Cup games on Sunday afternoon but will face AC Milan on Friday and Nunez will have the chance to return to the pitch alongside his club team-mates, having been knocked out early from the World Cup.

Liverpool gave the £64 million striker time off after his exploits in Qatar, where he featured in all three of La Celeste’s games before they were sent home as South Korea scored more goals.

Liverpool lead the grid for Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham continues to be linked with a move to Liverpool

Speculation surrounding Jude Bellingham joining Liverpool is not going to go away anytime soon, especially as journalists continue to rant about it.

Sunday World clerk Kevin Palmer is the latest to raise supporters’ expectations with his update.

He Tweeted: “Liverpool are in pole position to sign Jude Bellingham and are trying to finalize a deal NOW. That would be a real statement signing.”

Now that England have been knocked out of the World Cup, Bellingham can no longer be followed all day long by Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold. But maybe they exchanged numbers at the coach house.

Liverpool ‘reached a deal for Enzo Fernandez’ as Benfica’s transfer claims surface

Enzo Fernandez is a reported transfer target for Liverpool

Liverpool may have won the race for Argentina and Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez and ‘agreed’ a deal ahead of a June 2023 transfer, according to new reports from South America.

Fernandez, 21, moved to the Portuguese capital in July after crossing the ranks of South American giants River Plate.

However, it now appears the midfielder could be gearing up for his latest big-money switch as Argentinian outlet La Capital claims his outstanding performances for Lionel Scaloni’s side at the World Cup have sparked Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool’s move.

It has been suggested that Anfield officials, who are still being led on procedure by sporting director Julian Ward, have reached an agreement with Benfica over a deal to take Fernandez to Merseyside in June. The report claims the Reds struck early in a bid to fend off the anticipated interest from Manchester United and Manchester City.

“Liverpool accelerated the efforts to incorporate Enzo Fernández and has already signed a pre-agreement with Benfica, the Portuguese club that has the federative rights of the young midfielder of the Argentine national team, who earned a place among the starters of Lionel Scaloni’s team during the World Cup in Qatar,” claims the report.

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