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Jurgen Klopp agrees to two transfer deals before January transfer deadline day

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Jurgen Klopp agrees to two transfer deals before January transfer deadline day

Liverpool signed Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig in the summer and Phillips’ playing time has decreased massively.

Last season Liverpool were plagued by defensive injuries, with Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez missing a large part of the season.

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Phillips has managed just three appearances this season and the Independent report he’s looking for a move away.

Liverpool are believed to have turned down a £7m offer from Watford and West Ham United have also registered their interest.

Williams spent the first part of this season on loan at Championship side Swansea City but only appeared in five games before being recalled.

 

Jurgen Klopp agrees to two transfer deals before January transfer deadline day 1 Sportelo

Neck Williams and Nath Phillips are set to depart Anfield this January transfer window (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

The 20-year-old wants guarantees regarding his playing time before taking a final decision.

Both players featured regularly last year, as Joel Matip was also out for an extended period. Despite being at rock bottom, both academy graduates gave a good account of themselves.

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Young full-back Neco Williams could leave as he is unlikely to displace defender Trent Alexander-Arnold from the team.

Liverpool are expected to make their first signings in the January transfer window and at the final stages of sealing the move for FC Porto forward Luis Diaz.

In other news, Sevilla reaches agreement on the signing of Manchester United star forward

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