As Manchester United is in the process of completing their first signing of the summer in two weeks time, some clubs has faced a very big blow as they tried to bid for their potential targeted players .
Liverpool is amongst those clubs that has faced a very big blow after two of their targeted players Kingsley Coman and and Renato Sanchez will not join them in the summer .Kingsley Coman is a French international player who plays for Bayern Munich in Germany. He have shown high potential of a good player since joining Bayern Munich.
This have made most football clubs across Europe admire him. Liverpool is the first club to bid 30 million Euros for this professional star but the deal have been rejected.
Renato Sanchez is also another professional footballer from Portugal who plays for Lille OSC. He have really performed well in the on going Euro 2020 that have made many football clubs admire him too. Liverpool became the first club to bid for this player but the deal have been rejected. Lille OSC still wants to keep this player for the next season games.
Liverpool is on the move of signing new players to strengthen their squad after poor performance of last season.
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