BBC makes bold claims on Liverpool summer plans

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Liverpool will have a quiet summer transfer window as they don’t have a lot of money to spend, BBC Sport journalist David Ornstein claims.

He told BBC Radio 5 Live Sport: “There’s not a lot of money left. Any spending will be below the fees that they spent on Shaqiri last summer, a fee of around £13m.

“The interest in Julian Brandt is not going to come to fruition this summer.

“There was previously interest in him, the window before they signed Mohamed Salah in 2017.

“He didn’t want to play second fiddle then and the situation would be worse for him now.

“The same case with Timo Werner. We’re looking at around £20m for these players plus four or five-year contracts and agents fees.

“It’s not going to happen. It’s going to be a low-key summer for Liverpool.”


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