Liverpool could complete a deal for €340,000-a-week Sevilla star in this summer
By YoungLam | self meida writer
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Liverpool could complete a deal for €340,000-a-week Sevilla star in this summer.
Liverpool will be playing Everton to continue their chase for the Premier League tittle, having been able to secure a win during their last UEFA Champions League ties with RB Leipzig, in a match that ended two goals to one courtesy of Mohamed Sallah and Sadio Mane goals.
Liverpool will now be adding a winger to their squad, as they are reportedly planning a transfer move to secure the services of 26 years old Sevilla winger, who pockets €340,000-a-week wages from Sevilla.
The 26 years old highly-rated winger, has been linked with a move with the Merseyside Red, as Jurgen Klopp plans to improve in his attacking options.
Liverpool having shown interest in the 28 years old are now reportedly planning a move to complete the signing of the €340,000-a-week Sevilla star in this summer, according to CaughtOffside.
The 26 years old Lucas Ariel Ocampos, has played 21 La Liga games for Sevilla and has been able to score 4 goals and assisted four times during this campaign.
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