BREAKING NEWS‼️ As reported live by Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool is currently in a strong position to sign a star player in the Premier League who is looking to leave, having turned down offers from Manchester City and Chelsea to join Anfield. According to sources, Wolves and Liverpool had already discussed a trade for Ait Nouri. However, it appeared that the player was headed to Manchester City. However, new rumours suggest that the player wants to move to Liverpool exclusively or leave England permanently, as per the personal terms that Liverpool and the player agreed upon. Wolves would be willing to transfer Ait-Nouri to Liverpool for a price of €45 million, according to sources originating from England. Liverpool defeated Chelsea and Manchester City as they got ready to sign one of the best young defenders in the Premier League.


Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City are gearing up for a transfer battle as reports suggest that one of the Premier League’s standout young defenders may leave his club this summer. All three top-flight teams are looking to strengthen their defensive options, especially on the left side, creating intense competition for their targets.

Rayan Ait-Nouri, a player long monitored by Liverpool and City, is reportedly set to depart Wolves. FootballTransfers revealed in April that City had already engaged in discussions with Wolves about a transfer for Ait-Nouri, though negotiations stalled due to Wolves’ initial €70 million asking price. Algerian journalist Abdel Hamed, who is believed to have close ties to Ait-Nouri, tweeted that the left-back “will” leave Wolves this summer, with Liverpool leading the race to sign him.

Previous French reports indicated that Wolves might be open to selling Ait-Nouri for a fee closer to €45 million. However, the situation is complicated by Ait-Nouri’s former club, Angers, being entitled to 50% of any transfer fee.

With two years left on his contract at Molineux, Ait-Nouri joined Wolves in 2021 for €11 million after an initial loan spell. Wolves have the option to extend his contract by another year but are likely to sell, especially if interest in other players like Pedro Neto does not materialize. Neto, often linked with a move away, has attracted interest from Arsenal and Newcastle, but his injury history has deterred concrete offers.

Wolves have also received interest in captain Max Kilman and forward Matheus Cunha but are hesitant to sell either. Consequently, Ait-Nouri may be the player Wolves decide to sell to avoid financial difficulties.

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