SHOCKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, ” I want to join Manchester United not Liverpool. Man utd is the only team I want to play for if I eventually move to the Premier League”. A promising defender has snubbed a move to Liverpool in favour of a “glamour move” to Manchester United, according to reports. The £51.5 million-rated star is said to be keen on a switch to Old Trafford, where he could form a formidable partnership with Martinez (Licha). The move would also represent a bargain for the Reds, who are looking to bolster their defensive options. Promising talent snubs Liverpool in favour of ‘glamour move’ to Old Trafford Erik ten Hag seals bargain”


Goncalo Inacio reportedly rejected Newcastle’s interest a year ago, being aware of Liverpool, Manchester United, and Real Madrid’s attention. Klopp expresses concern over Salah’s AFCON injury. Newcastle, undeterred, targets a different Sporting Lisbon defender, Ousmane Diomande, resembling their previous attempt with Inacio, as per Frederico Bartolo’s piece in O Jogo earlier this week.

Reports on Monday highlight parallels between Newcastle’s current move and their attempt a year ago to acquire Inacio. The player’s initially enticing release clause of €45 million, later raised to €60 million, led to a failed deal due to Sporting Lisbon’s coach Amorim requiring the player and Inacio desiring a championship-contending project amid growing interest from Liverpool, Manchester United, and Real Madrid. Currently, Leonine SAD, the club’s sports company, has no intention of selling any players.

While the Ivorian Diomande is also on Liverpool’s transfer radar, Klopp’s team seems inclined to wait until summer for long-term contracts. The cautious approach is influenced by financial fair play (FFP) concerns, aligning with the recent scrutiny of the Premier League’s sustainability and profitability rules (PSR). With Everton potentially facing point deductions and Manchester City awaiting a verdict on 115 counts of suspected violations spanning 2009 to 2018, several “Big Six” clubs may delay significant transactions until the summer transfer window, allowing a clearer landscape to emerge.

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