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Report: Liverpool has made the decision to sign a playmaker, agreeing to pay them a weekly salary of £85,000…



Liverpool makes a significant move by signing a playmaker who will earn £85,000 per week.


According to a report, Liverpool has made a decision to sign a playmaker who will earn £85,000 per week.


Liverpool has reportedly initiated talks regarding a potential transfer for Real Madrid’s rising star, Arda Guler, this upcoming summer, according to Marca.


The 19-year-old player made a surprising move to Los Blancos last year, with Barcelona initially being the front-runners to secure his services.


However, Carlo Ancelotti’s team managed to swoop in at the last minute and secure his signature.


Despite facing injury setbacks in the initial part of the season at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Guler managed to make a significant impact towards the end of the campaign, scoring six goals in just four La Liga appearances.


The young player managed to score an impressive goal from long distance during Turkey’s first group stage match in the European Championship against Georgia, contributing to his team’s victory.


Despite this success, there are doubts about his playing time at Real Madrid next season, especially with the addition of Kylian Mbappe and Endrick.


Speculation about his future has begun to circulate recently. Liverpool appears to be interested in capitalizing on this situation and has already reached out to gather information about his current status in preparation for a potential transfer.


However, Real Madrid has firmly stated that he is not for sale and they have no plans to part ways with a player of his caliber.


Liverpool would greatly benefit from acquiring the services of the highly talented Turkish international, who currently earns a substantial £85,000-a-week salary at Los Blancos.


It would be a remarkable achievement for the Reds if they can secure his signature.


Nevertheless, considering Real Madrid’s strong desire to retain their prized asset, Liverpool should explore alternative options to strengthen their offensive capabilities at Anfield.