Liverpool transfer news roundup: Lavia latest, Gabri Veiga talks, Mane money drama

Monday is back but never fear, so are the lovely, comforting Liverpool transfer rumours. They'll make everything better.

Straight to Romeo Lavia then, and the update is: no update. The Mail say Liverpool are poised to make a second approach, which is no different to what we heard last week.

Fabrizio Romano has also chimed in with "Liverpool remain focused on Lavia for now, and it’s not a straightforward deal ... negotiations remain ongoing." Cheers Fab.

Speaking after the Leciester win, Jurgen Klopp admitted the Reds are "working on solutions" for midfield arrivals.

Other possible (but less likely) midfield targets include Gabri Veiga. Ben Jacobs claims Liverpool met with Rafa Benitez (now in charge of Celta Vigo) to talk about the player with the £34m release clause.

Liverpool, Chelsea and Man Utd have all submitted offers to try and steal Josko Gvardiol from under the nose of Man City, as the highly rated RB Leipzig defender's transfer to the Etihad stalls, according to Fichajes.

The Record says Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has held direct talks with PSG over a move for Kylian Mbappe. Here's why a Liverpool loan deal makes no sense.

Liverpool have supposedly won the race for 16-year-old midfielder Trey Nyoni from Leicester. That's according to Secret Scout.

And finally, some bad news. The Reds will lose out on £7.5m because of Sadio Mane's imminent move to Saudi Arabia. One largely unsuccessful season in Bavaria means the Senegalese star didn't trigger the add-ons in his transfer, according to the Mail.

The Liverpool legend and 2022 Ballon d'Or runner up is set for a salary of £650k a week with Al Nassr, according to Sky Sports.

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