BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” I and the board has confirmed the he will our first major signing during the summer he has all it takes to succeed here in Anfield”. Liverpool’s owner has identified 18-year-old Brazilian superstar as his first signing in the summer transfer window after the departure of Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are now ready to pursue the Brazilian star in the summer to bolster their options in attack ahead of the 2024-25 season.


Reports suggest that Liverpool has expressed interest in young Brazilian talent Luis Guilherme, with the club targeting him as their primary acquisition for the upcoming transfer window. The 18-year-old attacker from Palmeiras has garnered attention from several European clubs following his debut in the senior team last April. Guilherme featured in 19 matches for Palmeiras in the Brazilian Serie A last season, showcasing his potential in the top-flight league.

Although Liverpool considered a move for Guilherme in January, they didn’t proceed at that time. However, they are now prepared to actively pursue the Brazilian prospect in the summer transfer window to reinforce their attacking options for the 2024-25 season. This strategic move aligns with uncertainties surrounding Mohamed Salah’s future at the club, as his contract is due to expire in 2025 without an extension option. With Jurgen Klopp set to depart as manager in the summer, Salah may lack motivation to remain at Liverpool, despite his significant contribution to the team’s offensive prowess this season, boasting 19 goals and 10 assists in 28 appearances across all competitions.

Liverpool currently leads the Premier League standings, holding a two-point advantage over second-placed Manchester City, albeit with City having a game in hand. Their next fixture is against Luton Town at Anfield on Wednesday, February 21st.

Unfortunately for Liverpool, manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that both Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones will miss the upcoming clash against Luton due to injury setbacks. Jota sustained a knee injury and had to be stretchered off during the Reds’ recent 4-1 victory over Brentford, while Jones picked up an ankle injury and was substituted in the same match. Klopp revealed in his press conference that Jota’s recovery will likely span months, compounding Liverpool’s injury woes which already include Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Dominik Szoboszlai.

In Klopp’s words, “We have Diogo with a knee issue ruled out – it will obviously take months. Not available are Ali [Alisson], muscle injury – we don’t know how long it takes but it will take some time to come back – and Curtis with a bone/ligament issue is ruled out.” He further mentioned, “Then we have the others where we think we will deal with it day by day. Longer term like Trent [Alexander-Arnold] and Dom [Dominik Szoboszlai] are on their way back but are not in team training yet so they are not available.”

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