Morning highlight finds Liverpool fans happy as recent reports from Spain claim that the Laliga Giants Atletico Madrid have agreed to offload their top Midfielder. Liverpool is struggling to replace Wijnaldum who departed to PSG after his contract with the reds expired.
The premier league Giants have been monitoring Saul as he is considered as the finest Midfielder to replace departed Wijnaldum. A hefty price has however been clauses to release Saul Niguez [€70m]. However reports from La Razon claims that Atletico Madrid are ready for any negotiations.
On the other hand, Kylian Mbappe whose contract is due in one year is reluctant to add another deal with PSG. These has handed Liverpool most promising updates as they are always interested to the France international.
The 22 year-old has no desire to sign contact extension with PSG. The deals has been proceeding for months with no vain, with Mbappe gradually edging closer for a move to Liverpool or Real Madrid.
Liverpool are expected to try and sign Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer next summer as Paris Saint-Germain grow increasingly resigned to losing the forward for nothing.
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