Liverpool transfer news: Todd Boehly tells Chelsea star to avoid Liverpool

A dejected Mason Mount of Chelsea (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)
A dejected Mason Mount of Chelsea (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images) /

In today’s Liverpool transfer news – More bad news as Jurgen Klopp reveals why Liverpool WON’T sign a player to replace Roberto Firmino, a new midfielder on the club’s radar after his performance yesterday and positive talks have been held with summer transfer.

Liverpool transfer news – Jurgen Klopp won’t sign a Roberto Firmino replacement

According to the latest report from the Mirror, Jurgen Klopp sees no necessity in signing a new attacker to replace Roberto Firmino. This comes after speculation from fans given Firmino’s agreed deal to join Barcelona.

Instead, Klopp sees Gakpo as the most adequate replacement – no need for a summer signing.

Liverpool transfer news – Mason Mount told to avoid Liverpool by club owner

According to The Athletic, Chelsea co-owner and flamboyant figure Todd Boehly has revealed he does not want Mason Mount to leave the club. This is despite heavy interest from Liverpool, Arsenal and other big clubs who could guarantee him more game time.

Liverpool transfer news – Bruno Guimaraes climbs Anfield radar

Given Newcastle’s stunning opening 20 minutes yesterday against top-four contenders Spurs, the Liverpool board of recruitment have become interested in one Newcastle player. According to The Athletic, Liverpool highly rate Bruno Guimaraes and would ideally like to sign him in the summer.

This news will be welcomed by fans after it was revealed last week that the club would no longer pursue Jude Bellingham.

Liverpool transfer news – Positive talks held with Ryan Gravenberch’s father

According to the highly trusted Liverpool-based journalist James Pearce (via The Athletic), the Reds have held positive talks with potential summer signing Ryan Gravenberch’s father. Despite facing competition from Arsenal, it’s thought these positive talks could sway the midfielder in favour of Liverpool.

Gravenberch will likely be part of some wholesale midfield signings as this is the position which has let the Reds down the most this season.