Liverpool transfer news roundup: Gravenberch price talks, Salah offer, Konate interest

It's Deadline Day eve. In between carol singing and spending time with your families, why not get into the festive spirit by filling your eyes with some Liverpool transfer news? It's your penultimate chance...

Bayern Munich are preparing to make an offer for Fulham's Joao Palhinha, reports the Standard, potentially freeing up Liverpool target Ryan Gravenberch to move.

Meanwhile, German journalist Kerry Hau is the latest to re-affirm that Gravenberch does want to leave before tomorrow night.

Most excitingly, David Ornstein reports that Liverpool are now in talks with Bayern over a permanent deal for the midfielder.

Much less excitingly, Al Ittihad are ready to offer of 'around £118m' for Mohamed Salah. That's according to the Mail.

READ MORE: Liverpool fans reveal how much it would take to sell Mohamed Salah

Elsewhere, Nat Phillips is set to head out on loan to Celtic, according to the Times.

However, young midfielder Tyler Morton could stay put at Liverpool despite interest from Hull, says the Athletic.

In the mood for a very left-field rumour? Ok then: SPORT claims that Ansu Fati 'prefers' to move to Liverpool over Spurs, with the Reds sounding out Barça over the wonderkid.

Speaking of things that 100% aren't happening, Ibrahima Konate is the latest Liverpool player being targeted by Al Ittihad, according to Fabrice Hawkins. It's just stalking at this point...

Any possible deal for Cheick Doucoure is off says the Standard, with Palace unwilling to compromise on their whopping £70m valuation.

However, Sports Zone maintain that the Reds have sent a contract offer to Doucoure and will try to agree personal terms with the Eagles' Player of the Year.

Could Liverpool sneak back into the picture for Sofyan Amrabat? Manchester United had a loan offer rejected for the Fiorentina star, says the Athletic.

And finally, Thiago's dad (ex-Brazil star Mazinho) has told Mundo Deportivo he 'wishes' his son would sign for his old club Celta Vigo. Sorry dad, ain't happening.

Share This Article