Transfer News Today: Liverpool Keen To Hijack Spurs Move For Premier League Striker


Klopp To Hijack Spurs’ Saido Move

There’s no doubt that Saido Berahino is wasting his talents sat on the bench at West Brom and his career needs a reinvigorating kick to get it back on track.

Despite being out of favour with the Baggies the England international will still command a fee of around £24m and the general consensus is that he will be heading for Tottenham in the next few weeks.

However, Jurgen Klopp fancies adding some pace to his forward line and wants to hijack Spurs’ move for the attacker. The relationship between the London club and Albion is frayed after four bids were turned down in the summer and the Midlands outfit would prefer to do business with Liverpool.

Liverpool are 2.60 to finish in the top four

 

Tottenham Target Barcelona Forward To Support Kane

If Mauricio Pochettino is set to thwarted once again in his bid to lure Berahino to London then his next option come much cheaper and with an excellent pedigree.

Sandro Ramirez had been tipped to make a real impact at Barcelona but the striker has seen the Three Amigos halt his chances in the first team and he is set to be the target of a number of offers next month.

At just 20 years old he is exactly the sort of player that the Tottenham manager loves to work with and he would be a snip at a mere £8m.

Tottenham are 10.00 to win the league

 

Toon Turn To Koliubaly To Add Some Defensive Steel

Fabricio Coloccini has had an indifferent campaign at the heart of the Newcastle back four and the skipper’s patchy showings have led for calls for the Toon to strengthen at the back, despite the impressive displays of Chancel Mbemba.

Steve McClaren has set his sights high, eyeing up Napoli stopper Kalidou Koulibaly. The Senegalese is one of the main reasons the Neapolitans find themselves second in Serie A.

A bid of £6m is in the offing, which may prove a little low, but it seems that the former Genk man could be available for under £10m and he is certain to improve a defence that has conceded 34 times this term.

Newcastle are 1.90 to be relegated