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In Exchange For Saul Liverpool Are Willing To Sell Xherdan Shaqiri And Origi To Atletico Madrid

The summer transfer window is open now that Euro 2020 and the Copa America are done, giving Europe’s biggest clubs the opportunity to make a impression in the market.

Check out the newest rumors below, and any official deals can be seen here.

According to the Express, Liverpool are planning to offer Atletico Madrid two players in exchange for Saul Niguez.

According to the report, Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi would be made available to the Spanish capital club, with Jurgen Klopp willing to offload a few players before bringing in another big signing.

The current La Liga winners would be open to proposals in the area of PS42 million.

Barcelona were interested in a swap deal that would see Antoine Griezmann return to Los Colchoneros in exchange for Saul, according to ESPN’s Sam Marsden and Moises Llorens on Wednesday, but Liverpool’s interest might potentially see either team disclose their hand in the negotiations.

Saul graduated from Atletico’s youth in 2010 and has since established himself as a regular first-team player, making 33 appearances last season as manager Diego Simeone guided the club to its second league title.

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Get fast access LIVE BLOG 08.30 BST: Celtic and Vissel Kobe have agreed on the signing of Japan international winger Kyogo Furuhashi, according to the Japanese club.

If and when he passes a medical exam, the 26-year-old will finalize the move.

Celtic have yet to make a statement on the transfer, and Vissel Kobe has not provided any other information.

Furuhashi is likely to become Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou’s fourth signing after three years in charge of Yokohama F. Marinos.

Before taking over at Parkhead, he played for the Marinos in Japan’s J1 League.

When Postecoglou joined Celtic earlier this summer, the club has already added Liel Abada, Liam Shaw, and Osaze Urhoghide.

PAPER GOSSIP (by Adam Brown) – Kylian Mbappe’s contract predicament could be addressed, with Marca reporting that the French star is set to get a large contract offer.

The 22-year-old’s contract has only one year left on it, and he has been the focus of suspicion, with earlier reports claiming a rift between the striker and sports director Leonardo.

The new contract is said to bring Mbappe’s income up to par with Neymar’s, who earns an estimated $36.5 million every season.

– Marc Cucurella of Getafe is in high demand, with teams from both Italy and England interested in signing the highly regarded La Liga player.

According to The Athletic, AS Roma and Brighton & Hove Albion have expressed interest in signing the left-sided winger, while other teams are waiting to see how the 22-year-old, who has a reputed EUR18 million release clause, performs for Spain at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.

– Borussia Dortmund is preparing to intensify their pursuit of Donyell Malen, with a number of clubs enthused by the striker’s Euro 2020 performances.

According to Calciomercato, the Bundesliga club is first in line for the forward, who is also desired by Juventus and AC Milan.

Last season, the 22-year-old scored 25 goals and added eight assists for PSV Eindhoven.

– AC Milan’s activity in the transfer market continues, with Fode Ballo Toure agreeing to terms to join the Serie A club.

The AS Monaco star is scheduled to arrive at the San Siro on Saturday, according to Gianluca Di Marzio, who claims that a contract has already been reached.

The 24-year-old can play on the left side of midfield or defense, and in six starts at left-back last season, he had three assists.

– Ezgjan Alioski of Leeds United is expected to join the Turkish Super Lig after becoming a free agent this summer.

Fabrizio Romano reports that Galatasaray and the 29-year-old who represented North Macedonia at Euro 2020 have reached an agreement.

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