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Report: Liverpool may consider an offer to sell a “world-class” star who had intentions of staying…



Liverpool is open to the idea of accepting an offer for a “world-class” star who had plans to continue playing for the club.


A surprising turn of events could see Liverpool entertaining the idea of selling their “world-class” star, despite the player’s initial intention to remain at the club.


The new Liverpool manager faces a crucial decision.


Despite previous indications that a star player was planning to stay, it now seems that Liverpool may be open to accepting an offer for their “world-class” talent.


Following a 3rd place finish in the Premier League, the Reds are gearing up for a busy summer as they enter a new era under Arne Slot.


Even though the transfer window has not yet opened and Jurgen Klopp has just left, Liverpool are already making moves in the transfer market.


Reports suggest that Liverpool are ready to compete with Manchester City for the signature of Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz. Additionally, the Reds have reportedly overtaken Barcelona in the race to secure Dani Olmo’s services, potentially activating the attacking midfielder’s £51m release clause.


Liverpool are reportedly considering a move for Brajan Gruda, with a potential price tag of €20m (£17m) to secure his services from Mainz 05 this summer.


Liverpool may part ways with £140k-p/w star


Despite Liverpool focusing on potential new signings this summer, there could be a significant departure from the club. Darwin Nunez is the player in question.


While there has been interest in Nunez, there is uncertainty about his departure due to the high cost of his move to England, as reported by Fabrizio Romano earlier this month.


However, Football Insider now suggests that Liverpool might entertain offers for Nunez, who earns £140,000 per week, following Slot’s arrival.


The 24-year-old forward could explore other opportunities after receiving limited playing time towards the end of the season. Slot will evaluate his squad to determine if Nunez fits into his plans.


Nunez’s performance has been a mix of highs and lows since his move from Benfica, yet he has managed to receive significant acclaim during his tenure in England.


Spanish football expert Guillem Balague commended Nunez earlier this year, describing him as a “world-class” forward in the making.


“Despite criticisms of his finishing, people overlooked his strong mentality, which has been instrumental in his progress,” Balague mentioned on the BBC Euro Leagues podcast following Nunez’s two-goal performance in a 5-1 victory against Sparta Prague in March. “He is no longer just a Benfica player; he is evolving into a world-class talent.”


Liverpool manager Klopp also commended the South American player for his performance against Sparta Prague. “He had more than a satisfactory first season, but he needed time to adjust, which he has now done, and he has become an integral part of the team,” stated the German coach.


“He thoroughly enjoys playing for this team alongside his teammates and possesses an abundance of talent. However, he has not reached his peak yet. Can he continue to develop? Absolutely. Is he a constant threat? Certainly.”


However, with a new manager now leading Liverpool, Nunez’s future at the club may be uncertain.