Liverpool transfer news roundup: Doucoure evaluation, Klopp wants Real Madrid star & Mane on the move

It's nearly the weekend, but the transfer rumours aren't taking a break. No, sir. Here's all the gossip around Liverpool this Friday... 

Crystal Palace have set a £70m transfer valuation on Cheick Doucoure and Liverpool think that's "fair" according to the BBC. I mean... are you sure, guys?

Meanwhile, Kalvin Phillips is not under consideration at Anfield, with the Reds unlikely to engage in business with rivals/baddies Man City, says Chris Bascombe, the Telegraph.

The same journalist suggests Aurelien Tchouameni is Jurgen Klopp's one true (midfield) love, but a deal for the Real Madrid midfielder looks unlikely at the moment.

In other defensive midfielder news, the Reds could lose out to Man Utd on Sofyan Amrabat (if they are interested at all). The Independent say United will move for him after completing the signing of Andre Onana.

Jorg Schmadtke has hinted to Sky that he could go back to the Bundesliga for future Liverpool signings but added (in a wonderfully poetic way) that "it’s not like we’ve pointed all our telescopes at Germany.”

Sadio Mane has agreed to join Saudi Pro League side Al Nassr (home of Cris Ron) over a transfer after a poor season at Bayern, say L'Equipe.

Another Liverpool hero in Divock Origi could also be on the move again. He has been left out of AC Milan's pre-season tour. Come home Divock!

Academy midfielder Dominic Corness has officially completed a loan move to Swiss Super League side Yverdon Sport.

And finally, Dominik Szoboszlai may have leaked Liverpool's next captain after replying with a 'c' emoji to Virgil van Dijk's Insta post. Oops.

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