REPORT: Big Win For Liverpool As Swap Deal Could Be In Place
By Oladnews | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 7141 views
Liverpool who have dropped to 6th positions in the Premier league table after Everton defeated them with 2-0 will be playing against Sheffield United this coming Sunday.
Some pressure will be relief on Jurgen Klop as report provides positive news about some injured players in the club.
According to the latest report which makes it know that Diogo Jota who has missed 17 games in all competitions all competitions for the club will return back to training this week ahead of Sheffield clash also claimed that Fabinho and James Milner will soon be back as well.
The source makes it known that before Sevilla could balance the book they will need to sell player as Ocampos could be among the players but Liverpool will need around 65 million euros clause (£56million) to secure his signature.
The Spain news reported that Liverpool could use Takumi Minamino as bait in a potential exchange deal for Sevilla star Lucas Ocampos.
The Red sent Minamino who plays as an attacking midfielder on loan to Southampton last month after joining from Red Bull Salzburg with a deal around £7million in January 2020.
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