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After a successful trial period, Birmingham City have agreed to take goalkeeper Matija Sarkic on loan for the 2021-22 season, says Gregg Evans.
They point to Fulham’s earlier payments of the same sum for widemen Ivan Cavaleiro and Anthony Knockaert.
They compare Wilson to Burnley’s profile.Liverpool turned down a bid of roughly PS12 million for Wilson last season and think he has improved since then after a successful loan spell at Cardiff City, where he scored seven goals and added 12 assists.The 24-year-old accepts the time has come to secure a permanent move away from Anfield because he wants regular game time.
Wilson has previously been loaned out to Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, Derby County, and Bournemouth. Benfica, Brentford, and West Bromwich Albion have also expressed interest in Wilson this summer. Wilson was born in Wrexham and has been a Liverpool player since he was nine years old.
His only professional games were in the FA Cup against Plymouth Argyle in the 2016-17 season and the League Cup against Arsenal last season.For the latest Liverpool transfer news, click here 1pmLeeds United intend to complete the signing of Chelsea midfielder Lewis Bate by the end of the week after negotiating a fee with the west London side, reports Simon Johnson.
Chelsea has included a sell-on clause in the deal, but not a buy-back clause. There is still a chance that one of the other interested clubs will try to sabotage the deal at the last minute.
The Athletic reported on Monday that Leeds were the favourites to recruit the 18-year-old, but that they were up against competition from West Ham, Liverpool, Leicester City, and Brighton.Time is running out for the others to make a bid, and the player has already provided a huge signal that his mind is made up by following a number of Leeds players on Instagram.
Last year, he came close to making his senior debut when he was selected on the bench against Sheffield United and Bayern Munich under previous manager Frank Lampard. Meanwhile, another academy graduate, Ike Ugbo, is seeking to finalize a permanent transfer to Belgian club Genk FC in the coming days.
Ugbo has previously agreed on a wage package with Cercle Brugge, where he scored 16 goals in 32 appearances last season on loan. The hold-up is due to the size of the cost.
Chelsea want PS5 million for the 22-year-old forward, but Genk are hesitant to pay such a high fee because he only has one year left on his contract at Stamford Bridge.There is still hope that a deal will be made before the weekend.July 152.20pmCeltic have agreed to transfer Kristoffer Ajer to Brentford for a fee reported to be approximately PS12 million up-front plus a PS12 million loan fee.
Celtic notified interested parties that the amount to separate them for their player would be PS15 million.
Last week, Celtic turned down Brentford’s initial offer, which was thought to be PS12 million up front but totaled PS15 million with add-ons of around PS3 million, a lesser figure than the final sum.

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