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Liverpool report discloses Arne Slot’s first signings in £55m transfer swap…



Liverpool’s latest report reveals that Arne Slot, the incoming manager, has already identified two players he wishes to sign for the club.


As the Merseysiders gear up for their first transfer window in nearly a decade without Jurgen Klopp, Slot is making preparations to strengthen the team.


With several changes expected at Liverpool, new additions are anticipated during the summer, and Slot has wasted no time in pinpointing his desired players for the upcoming season.


One of these players is a promising 21-year-old who has been making waves in the Eredivisie, boasting an impressive tally of 28 goal contributions this season.


Liverpool is keen on making Bakayoko a priority, given his value is currently around £47m, after spending his entire career in Belgium and the Netherlands.


According to PSV technical director Earnie Stewart, the youngster is unlikely to stay in Holland beyond this season. Stewart, a 55-year-old former professional, expressed his doubts about Bakayoko’s future.


Stewart praised Bakayoko’s performance, highlighting his 30 top matches before the winter break, including international appearances with Belgium.


In addition to Bakayoko, Brest left-back Bradley Locko is another player rumored to be moving to Merseyside to work with Slot.


The report also mentions that the 22-year-old player has been a constant presence in their team and has played a crucial role in getting them close to qualifying for the Champions League.


In addition, West Ham and Aston Villa are reportedly keeping an eye on the talented defender, who is estimated to be worth around £8.6m.


Locko’s impressive performance has not only caught the attention of France’s Under-23 team but has also put him in contention for a senior call-up ahead of the upcoming European Championships.