Liverpool are apparently willing to pay Barcelona star Gavi’s £42.5 million release clause, despite interest in a club-record Darwin Nunez deal.
The Reds have a busy summer transfer window ahead of them as Jurgen Klopp aims to improve his squad. The main topic of conversation has been Sadio Mane’s 120-goal exit.
As a result, Liverpool is on the lookout for a successor, and Nunez has piqued their interest. Klopp’s team has reportedly arranged an £85 million deal and is looking to complete it.
Despite the absence of any players, Anfield’s midfield remains a source of concern.
Klopp, according to La Porteria, wants to allay those fears by bringing in Barcelona star Gavi.
Following his recent surge, the 17-year-old has emerged as one of Europe’s most fascinating possibilities. However, with his present contract expiring next summer, his future remains uncertain.
Furthermore, his current contract has a €50 million release clause, which Liverpool is expected to exercise.
According to the article, Gavi has ‘at least’ two Premier League offers on the table, one of which is from Liverpool. He also received a renewal offer from Barca, which he and his father immediately turned down.