Szoboszlai and two other signings – perfect Liverpool transfer window for $138m cost

Szoboszlai and two other signings - perfect Liverpool transfer window for $138m cost

If Liverpool fans needed something to get over the midweek hump, it was provided yesterday in the form of more transfer intrigue. After weeks of tossing around a few names and precious little by way of real updates on them, a new candidate has emerged — with a clock attached to add to the drama.

The news comes from David Ornstein at The Athletic, with his report claiming that Liverpool have an interest in RB Leipzig’s Dominik Szoboszlai. Adding fuel to the fire, Fabricius Roman then again shared his own information that the player has a release clause that expires after June 30.

It’s an interesting clause that will then be reactivated in January, so Liverpool won’t necessarily want to rush into a bid. A figure of $77m (£61m/€70m) may be felt to be too high, preferring rather than negotiating. But while the club recognizes that it is a complicated deal to conclude, Szoboszlai is ‘high on [the club’s] thinking’.

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So he should be. Indeed, Szoboszlai would be part of the ideal transfer window for Liverpool, with the club having already signed Alexis Mac Allister. The Hungarian is a great stylistic match for former priority target Mason Mount, has come through the Red Bull school, and looks ready for one of Jürgen Klopp’s new twin advanced number eight roles.

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We have previously written that a more specialized defensive presence is required to form an ideal Liverpool transfer window. But with Szoboszlai, Klopp is preparing a number eight to do more than his fair share of the dirty work. Also, Mac Allister is no stranger to that side of the game, having even played as a number six before. As two in front of Fabinho, they will provide plenty of protection, allowing the Reds to delay a decision in that area of ​​the field for at least another season.

Even with two such smart additions, Liverpool must still land a third new midfielder. But with Szoboszlai and Mac Allister both making quality starts, the next in the door could come in with less pressure, and more emphasis on potential. There the more familiar names return, with the club choosing from the likes of Khéphren Thuram, Gabri Veiga and Ryan Gravenberch.

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