Liverpool FC Transfer Talk: Jack Grealish, Nabil Fekir, Paulo Dybala

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It promises to continue being a very exciting summer transfer window at Liverpool FC, with plenty of comings and goings. Who will be the next to join Naby Keita and Fabinho as new arrivals this summer?

Who will be heading out the Anfield exit door? Let’s take a spin through the latest transfer rumors and gossip making the rounds on the internet today.

-Liverpool are targeting Aston Villa attacking player Jack Grealish, who is likely to leave the cash-strapped club, which failed to get promoted back to the Premier League this season. The Villans will remain in the Championship, and that will obviously hurt their financial bottom line, so they need to sell of their hottest commodities.

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Tottenham Hotspur are the favorites to sign Grealish, according to the Daily Mirror, who write that: “The original asking price of £40 million has been drastically reduced to half that because Villa boss Steve Bruce has been told he can’t even bring in loan players until a significant sale of one of his stars.”

The report goes on to say that Spurs are willing to offer just £15 million.

-Lyon club President Jean-Michel Aulas told the public why he granted Nabil Fekir the chance to join Liverpool F.C. earlier this summer, but believes the player will stay put. Liverpool saw their potential acquisition, reportedly for £53m, fall apart when it reached the final phase of undergoing a medical and agreeing to personal terms.

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-Finally, is the Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus blockbuster transfer actually going to happen? Is this really a thing? Or will it end up being a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing?

If it happens, then a series of other transfer dominoes would very likely fall, and the next could be Paulo Dybala out to the door.

He’s been linked to Liverpool, as Tutto Mercato claim the Reds “have already registered an interest and asked about Dybala’s availability.” (hat tip ESPN FC, who rank this transfer rumor only 1.8/5 in terms of likelihood, with a 5 being a done deal and a 0 being no chance at all.)

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