According to reports from several sources, Premier League champions, Liverpool has agreed personal terms with Bayern Munich star, Thiago Alcantara.
The Spaniard has set his sight on playing at Anfield next season after a successful season at Bayern Munich where he won the Budesliga.
Reports has it that Thiago has rejected a contract extension at Bayern Munich having spent seven years at the club winning the league in those seven years and also winning four cup title. Thiago, 29 has decided to change club.
However, even though personal terms has been agreed, Liverpool still have to cough out cash in order to sign the player. Reports has it that Bayern Munich wants £36million for the Spanish midfielder but Liverpool are only ready to pay £23million for the Spaniard.
Liverpool now has Bayern to contend with and ensure they seal the deal in order to get the player from the German outfit next season
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