One week. Seven days until Deadline Day is a thing of the past. What will we all do with our lives? Doesn’t bear thinking about. Here’s your daily Liverpool transfer rumours. Get ’em while they’re here…
Liverpool are highly unlikely to sign Andre Trindade now or in January, Anfield Watch can confirm. The Reds €30m offer was rejected while the player has a release clause north of €80m. Read the full story here.
Meanwhile, it would take a ‘very big proposal’ (down on one knee in front of the Eiffel Tower?) to convince Crystal Palace to sell Cheick Doucoure, Fabrizio Romano has claimed.
The Athletic say that Liverpool’s data boffins identified Aston Villa’s Boubacar Kamara along with Romeo Lavia and Moises Caicedo when looking at Fabinho replacements.
READ MORE: Why haven’t Liverpool tried harder to sign Boubacar Kamara?
The same publication claims Caicedo turned down Jurgen Klopp over text, while also encouraging Lavia to join him at Stamford Bridge. Excuse me while I go watch the West Ham vs Chelsea highlights again…
Elsewhere, Sofyan Amrabat missed training and won’t play in Fiorentina’s Conference League qualifier on Thursday night, according to Calciomercato.
Football Italia claims Fiorentina have a set a deadline of this Friday for the midfielder to arrange a transfer or stay put, with Liverpool among those linked. Tick tock…
Moving from an experienced Italy-based midfielder to a much younger one. TuttoMercatoWeb report that the Reds have made a ‘convincing move’ to land 15-year-old Atalanta creative wonderkid Samuel Inacio Pia.
In other news, Piero Hincapie is still getting slightly dodgy links to Liverpool. Ecuavisa (me neither) claim Liverpool have asked Leverkusen about the defender and claim a deal would cost £35m. Don’t hold your breath.
On to outgoings and 19-year-old Mateusz Musialowski (once unhelpfully described as Liverpool’s ‘Polish Messi’) has accepted an offer from Austrian outfit TSV Hartberg, accoridng to journalist Kuba Seweryn. Best of luck to him.
And finally, David Ornstein claims Manchester City are looking at regular botherer of Liverpool gossip columns Matheus Nunes.