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Liverpool reveals major Arthur melo plan as jurgen klopp dismisses ‘nonsense’ January transfer rumours

Liverpool have revealed Arthur Melo plan for international break as ‘nonsense’ reports dismissed by Anfield insiders

The newest allegations concerning Arthur Melo were perversely remarkable this week, even for a football media that has mastered the art of knee-jerk exaggeration.

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Just two weeks into his stay at Liverpool, the former Brazil international began to wake up to the most odd rumors that Jurgen Klopp had had enough, coming from both Italy and his native country.

The sources stated that after two weeks in his new home in Merseyside, his time was up.

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Any discussion of Arthur making the cut at Anfield was reportedly mere wishful thinking because Klopp was claimed to be so dissatisfied by what he had seen in a few training sessions and his 13 minutes as a substitute at Napoli.

“The Brazilian player is not at the level that was expected,” read a translated report from Italian outlet Tuttomercatoweb.

“He [has] played only 13 official minutes in a Reds’ shirt, but it seems to be enough to understand that he does not fit the type of player that Jurgen Klopp was looking for.”

Another report, this one from Brazil, claimed that Liverpool, despite their obvious lack of healthy midfielders, were already considering terminating the loan agreement and returning the player to Juventus. This would be a shocking and humiliating about-face for Liverpool.

Of course, such speculation is nothing new, but perhaps the speed with which it appeared is.

Only a few days have passed since Arthur joined the Reds for the season, and both the player and the coaching and fitness staff acknowledge that more work must be done to get the former Barcelona player match-fit.

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Anfield insiders have reportedly dismissed the Italian reports as untrue, pointing out that he has only been a registered Liverpool player for two weeks.

He is yet to make a start, and the last time he did so was in Juventus’ 2-1 loss to Genoa in early May, when he played for an hour.

The deadline day signing missed out on a “real” preseason schedule to get match-fit because he was left out of Juventus’ summer tour of the United States.

As a result, Liverpool believes he joined at a time when his team-mates were a month ahead of him in terms of fitness.

It is why  reports of an early judgement call that writes off his chances are laughable and why the upcoming international break could yet be crucial to the 26-year-old’s hopes of becoming a more important member of Klopp’s squad.

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“Arthur now needs just football – and training, especially, that’s how it is,” Klopp said prior to the Napoli clash in the Champions League last week.

“He wasn’t in team training for a while at Juve, so he needs proper team training – and that’s what we are doing with him.”

During Klopp’s tenure as manager, a progressive absorption into Liverpool life has been a recurring theme.

Fabinho, who went to Merseyside in July of 2018, had to wait until late October to make his Premier League debut, while Andy Robertson had to wait until Alberto Moreno’s injury in December gave him a good opening at left-back.

Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that the new player hasn’t started any of the three games that were played when he was a rookie.

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Liverpool set to submit massive offer to sign £75,000-a-week star before deadline

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Liverpool set to submit massive offer to sign £75,000-a-week star before deadline

Liverpool have been linked with England international and Chelsea star Mason Mount and reports suggest that they can present a bid a to sign him this month.

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The Three Lions offensive midfielder, who makes £75,000 a week at Chelsea, is available to be signed by the Reds in the summer, according to information published last week by The Guardian.

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Recent reports from the Spanish outlet Nacional claim that Liverpool can make a firm approach to acquire Mount during the January transfer window.

The 24-year-old star’s current contract at Stamford Bridge expires in 2024, and the Blues have so far been unable to reach an agreement with him on new terms.

According to the Catalan media site, the Merseysiders can make use of the contract standoff and possibly try to hire him before the transfer market closes the following week.

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In the UEFA Champions League matchup that will take place against the defending champions of Europe, Real Madrid, Liverpool is currently in first place.

Key offensive players like Firmino, Jota and Diaz are out injured, on the other hand, the first choice midfield players have been out of form this season.

In such a scenario, a flexible player like Mason Mount, who can effectively play in the midfield and the attack would be a quality addition.

It must be recalled that the 2022 World Cup star scored a goal against Madrid (SF) during the 2021 CL winning season.

Furthermore, he directly assisted in two goals last season against the Los Blancos (QF), which ultimately led to the team winning the competition.

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Liverpool was eliminated in the quarterfinals and lost to Real Madrid in the championship game in the previous two seasons.

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Liverpool transfer; Fabrizio Romano drops major Liverpool January transfer window claim after midfielder links emerge

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Liverpool transfer; Fabrizio Romano drops major Liverpool January transfer window claim after midfielder links emerge

Despite rumors that Brighton and Hove Albion are interested in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Liverpool is not planning to let any of their current midfielders depart during the winter transfer window.

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Fabrizio Romano provided this information in his most recent FREE column for CaughtOffside, as the Reds are unlikely to make any changes of their own before the summer.

“Despite Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain being linked as a target for Brighton, I don’t think Liverpool will let any midfielder leave in January… let’s see what happens in the summer,” the Italian wrote.

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“Besides, for now Brighton’s priority is a new centre-back.”

Three alternatives for midfield have contracts that are set to expire this year, including the former Arsenal star, and it is anticipated that at least two of them would leave.

This presents us with a dilemma in the summer, depending on our financial situation: do we spend a lot of money on one top player (in this case, Jude Bellingham), at the risk of passing up the chance to bolster the squad with more players?

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Even though, there are nuances to the issue to take into account, as the development of teen Stefan Bajcetic requires the coaching and recruitment team to think about signings that won’t impede his progress.

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“I love Liverpool but”-Liverpool transfer target takes final decision on joining the Reds before Transfer deadline

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Fabrizio Romano gave an update on Ryan Gravenberch’s chances of signing for Liverpool before next Tuesday’s transfer deadline.

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Liverpool, which is languishing in ninth place in the Premier League, has been eager to revive its sluggish and ageing midfield.

In fact, moves for some of the most sought-after players in football, such Jude Bellingham and Enzo Fernandez, have been linked to the Reds this summer.

Gravenberch, who just recently made the £20 million switch from Ajax to Bayern Munich last summer, is reportedly interested in leaving Bavaria.

The Netherlands international has played just 221 minutes in the Bundesliga this season despite appearing 18 times in all competitions for Bayern.

In turn, the 20-year-old has been tipped to go out on loan this January, with Liverpool one of the clubs linked.

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Romano, a transfer expert, dismissed the possibility of Gravenberch joining Jurgen Klopp’s team in January.

According to the Italian journalist, Bayern has “no intention” of accepting to the player’s loan transfer.

Romano tweeted: “Bayern have no intention to accept any loan proposal for Ryan Gravenberch in January, as of now. He’s considered an important player for the future.

“Many clubs asked for possible loan until June but no green light so far.”

After the young player’s agent, Rafaela Pimenta, was seen outside Anfield, there have been rumours that Gravenberch would be close to a move to Liverpool.

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Before to last Saturday’s stalemate Premier League match between Liverpool and Chelsea, Pimenta shared an Instagram story of herself outside the Liverpool stadium.

According to the image, the agent was in Merseyside to speak with Gravenberch, one of her clients, about a potential loan move.

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Liverpool target Jude Bellingham is to be offered a club-record deal to stay at Borussia Dortmund, according to a fresh report.

One of the most sought-after midfielders in football is the 19-year-old.

The La Liga giants Real Madrid and Ligue 1 leader Paris Saint-Germain are both interested in the England star.

Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Liverpool are all vying for Bellingham’s services in the Premier League.

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Bellingham is reportedly Jurgen Klopp’s team’s top summer transfer target. Liverpool are currently ninth in the Premier League standings, 21 points behind league leaders Arsenal.

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The squad is in desperate need of new midfield players since its starting lineup is ageing and out of shape, and because fringe players like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita are expected to leave in the summer.

Dortmund appears to be making every effort to keep the midfielder the former Birmingham man.

According to German publication Bild, Dortmund are preparing a last-ditch offer worth a whopping £13.25million-a-year to keep Bellingham at the club.

The youngster would become the highest-paid player in the history of the club with such a deal.

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A friend of the player’s family and Bellingham’s adviser Mark Bennett are reportedly planning to speak before the end of March.

Hans-Joachim Watzke, the chief executive of Dortmund, and Sebastian Kehl, the sporting director, are apparently “fighting” to persuade the 22-time England international to remain in Germany for another year.

The present contract for Bellingham expires in the summer of 2025, but the club would want to see the player sign a one-year extension.

The new terms would see Bellingham eclipse club captain Marco Reus’ salary, despite the German international having made 368 appearances in all competitions for the Black and Yellows.

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However, if the England man does leave the Bundesliga club he is likely to earn an even bigger salary.

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In an effort to rejuvenate an aging midfield, Liverpool had an exciting summer transfer window planned for 2022. The Reds pursued Aurelien Tchouameni.

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Despite reports of a £68 million bid, the Merseysiders ultimately lost out to Real Madrid’s interest.

However, there is perhaps one indication that the move may not ultimately be to Carlo Ancelotti’s liking because the head coach acknowledged some positional concerns with the Frenchman.

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“Tchouameni is not comfortable if he plays with another DM in a midfield 3, Camavinga is better under that aspect,” the Italian Real Madrid TV (via Madrid Universal).

“A double pivot of Camavinga and Tchouameni? It could be an idea for the future.”

If contracts are not renewed, up to three midfielders (excluding loan star Arthur Melo) may permanently leave the AXA training facility at the end of the current campaign.

As a result, if we want to enter the next campaign at a higher level of readiness, it will be a problem of quantity as well as quality in terms of necessary incomings.

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In 2023, Jude Bellingham will continue to be Jurgen Klopp’s top priority, but it could be worthwhile to monitor Tchouameni’s status in the Spanish city in case questions over his role in the midfield three remain.

Though we are aware of their existence, it’s unlikely that we’ll end up stealing the former Monaco player from the Champions League holders any time soon.

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