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Liverpool break transfer record

12 Th6 2022 | 16:42

Liverpool have reached a deal to bring forward Darwin Nunes from Benfica for a record $105 million, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

At the negotiating conference held in Portugal on June 11, Liverpool Based on Nunes’ performance at Anfield, he offered to pay $84 million and another $21 million. Approved by Benfica.

Expert Romano also used the familiar phrase “Here we go” to announce the deal.

Previously, Liverpool had reached a personal agreement with Nunes. The Uruguayan striker will sign a five-year deal at Anfield with a season salary of $6.2 million.

Nunes celebrated a goal last season wearing a Benfica shirt.Photo: EPA

Nunes celebrated a goal last season wearing a Benfica shirt. picture: EPA

Nunes also missed Uruguay’s 5-0 home friendly defeat to Panama on the night of June 11, although it was not a request from Liverpool. He can fly to the UK on June 13 to complete his medical procedures.

When the deal is completed, Nunes will become the most expensive contract in Liverpool’s history.The current record belongs to a central defender Virgil Van Dijkwhen he moved from Southampton in January 2018 for $100 million.

But according to British newspapers sports mailLiverpool director of football Julian Ward is in Portugal and wants to negotiate a lower transfer fee for Nunes. Ward is said to want a $74 million bonus deal.

In the summer of 2020, Nunes joined Benfica from Spanish club Almeria for $25 million. Almeria will receive a 20% commission once Benfica completes the sale of the 22-year-old striker to Liverpool.

Liverpool see Nunes as a striker, who has scored 34 goals for Benfica in 41 games for the 2021-2022 season, and is the perfect replacement for Sadio Mane, who has openly wanted to go to Bayern.Nunes meets Jurgen Klopp When able to play left forward position as well as centre forward.

Liverpool want to make $54 million by selling Mane to Bayern. The Anfield boss is willing to let Japanese striker Takumi Minamino leave for $21 million, with Monaco and Wolves the two most promising destinations. In addition, Liverpool want to liquidate Nathaniel Phillips, Reece Williams and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the summer of 2022.

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