Liverpool: Jadon Sancho’s arrival will only come with a loss up front

One in and one out appears to be the only settlement Liverpool can look to if they want to acquire the services of Jadon Sancho. What is it going to take for the Reds to land the Englishman?

Last week I was out here writing a story of what it will take for Liverpool fans to forgive their owners following the European Super League fiasco.

The one solution for FSG and principal owner John W. Henry was to open up the war chest and hand Jurgen Klopp an unlimited amount of cash to splash during the summer transfer window.

This consequently brought up the discussion of the Reds and the feasible transfer for Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho. It was being said that the Anfield club is willing to meet the asking of BVB, which was and is set at €100m.

Last week’s report covered by The Top Flight:

There is a lot of work to be done for Liverpool Football Club – from matters on the pitch to the owners FSG, the club needs a serious shake to return to their successful days.

There is a way for both to be repaired simultaneously and a simple addition by the name of Jadon Sancho could do the trick.

Via TodoFichajes – According to the information we handle in TodoFichajes, Liverpool will put €100M to buy the Jadon Sancho pass.

In principle, Dortmund demanded € 120M to get rid of their star but the economic situation that the club is going through makes them rethink the operation. (Via: @thetopflight)

These talks and links have now taken another twist and this week I’m out here writing what it would take for the Reds to able to afford him. Oh, how quick news changes.

Liverpool will look to use Jadon Sancho as a replacement if Mohamed Salah leaves

One would think that the former champions of England would want to hold on to their top crop and add quality in-depth, as well as players able to fight for a first-team spot.

For the latter to prosper this is where a Sancho transfer fits perfectly, but it seems as though Champions League football is important to acquire fresh faces and keep their best from leaving. Such is the situation with Mohamed Salah.

The word is that Salah could look to leave the Merseyside shores in search of a new challenge and chances could increase if they are to miss out on UCL football next season.

The Reds are in seventh place, three points off fourth-placed Chelsea. There are five games left of Premier League action. With each week that passes and each bad performance or dropped points, their opportunities fade away.

This could see them lose Mo Salah and which will reportedly lead to them finding a replacement. But plans could change for the worse without being in Europe’s top club competition.

Liverpool could join the race to sign Jadon Sancho if Mohamed Salah leaves the club, according to reports. German outlet Bild reports that Liverpool could compete with their arch-rivals for Sancho’s signature.

The Reds have identified the 21-year-old as a potential long-term successor to Mohamed Salah. (Via: fourfourtwo.com)

The Egyptian openly admitting Spain is a country he would love to play in has raised silent alarms for now. But come to the time they do not make Europe’s elite tournament, the alarms will still start ringing louder.

Big-name signatures could be on a pause at Anfield but we cannot discredit Klopp’s pull out of the equation. Hopefully, their potential deal for Ibrahima Konate doesn’t fall through and they get it over the line before their European fate is determined.

What do you think Liverpool should do in this situation? Keep all and add more? Or, sell to buy and hit refresh?