SHOCKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Xavi Alonso has told Liverpool to get him Ex Real Madrid winger and he will be the club next coach. According to report it is said that he ‘Alonso’ wants the winger as a possible replacement for Mohammed salah who might eventually leave. He said ” I have give Liverpool my options and what I want as a coach it’s left for them cooperate with me” the 21-year-old ex Madrid player has impressed in Spain, and Liverpool are said to be keen to bring him to anfield during the summer. Get me this player, Liverpool Targeting ‘Ex-Real Madrid Star’ as Alonso gives Liverpool opportunity to land him as head coach.


The 22-year-old recently extended his contract until 2029, yet Liverpool remains keen on securing his services this summer. Reports suggest that Kubo’s €60 million release clause, stipulated in his new deal, remains active, making him an accessible target for Liverpool in 2024.

Despite Mohamed Salah’s inclination towards signing a new contract with Anfield, interest persists from the Saudi Pro League, which aims to lure elite European footballers. Salah remains their primary target, with Tottenham Hotspur’s Heung-min Son also on their radar. However, Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne is not expected to make the move to Saudi Arabia despite speculation.

While Liverpool hopes Salah will prolong his stay, contingency plans are underway, with Kubo identified as a potential replacement. Real Madrid, as per Spanish outlet Defensa Central (via TEAMtalk), will not impede Liverpool’s pursuit of Kubo. With a 50% sell-on fee and the potential to earn €30 million if his release clause is activated, Real Madrid are unlikely to re-sign him, especially considering the possible arrival of Kylian Mbappe and Brazilian talent Endrick.

Although Kubo may not possess Salah’s goal-scoring prowess, Liverpool may need to adapt their attacking approach if Salah departs. Wolves’ Pedro Neto and PSV’s Johan Bakayoko are also being considered as potential successors to Salah.

Kubo, known more for his dribbling skills than his goal-scoring ability, could complement Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota in Liverpool’s attack. Adjusting their tactics to feature Kubo as a dribbling creator on the right flank and Jota as an inside goal-scoring forward on the left could prove effective, especially considering Luis Diaz’s inconsistency since returning from injury.

While this setup differs from Liverpool’s current system with Salah, a front three comprising Jota, Nunez, and Kubo could offer an exciting prospect for the post-Jurgen Klopp and Salah era, potentially helping Liverpool transition smoothly.

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