Not like Kaiseido! Shin 55 million years old. Want to move to Anfield.

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The 55million star is reportedly still keen on a move to Liverpool. Unlike Moises Caicedo, who turned down the Anfield superstar over a move to Chelsea.

        Liverpool received good news for their hopes of landing Romeo Lavia as the star Southampton. This still wants to move to Anfield. But celebrity journalist Ben Jacobs told GIVEMESPORT that this could change for some important reasons. Sky Sports reportsthat the Reds remain interested in Lavia. Although Chelsea are close to reaching an agreement with his agency, the Saints.

Not like Kaiseido! Shin 55 million years old. Want to move to Anfield.

The report states that the west London club are still in talks with the Belgian         international and Southampton. Still insisting on asking for the value they have estimated Lavia made 34 appearances for the Saints last season. And Liverpool want to sign a contract with this player since the summer market players open. But three bids, including £45million, were rejected by Southampton.

        Despite the Merseyside outfit having struggled with negotiations. Chelsea wanted to cut the deal with a £48million bid earlier this week. But the player is still with the south coast team for now. The uncertainty over Lavia’s future has kept him from being included in Southampton’s squad for the last two matches. While he was an unused substitute as they opened the season with a win over Sheffield. wednesday

       Southampton manager Russell Martin admits his midfield is not in the right sense to play. Although the conclusion of the transfer saga is drawing to a close, Chelsea are targeting a £55million deal, but transfer expert Dean Jones has told GIVEMESPORT that Klopp is keen to win the race for Lavia.

   And although Brighton’s defensive midfielder Moises Caicedo is not interested in a move to Liverpool despite agreeing a fee that would become a British record of £111 million, Jacobs Highly respected journalists are sure Lavia is keen on a move to Anfield. But it warned that the situation could change if the Merseyside giants chose to walk away from a potential deal amid efforts to hunt the player from Chelsea.

        Jacobs told GIVEMESPORT : “The thing about Lavia is that it doesn’t have to be just a financial deal. Because Liverpool and Chelsea are similar ′′ Everyone knows that Southampton want £50 million or more. And of course they might ask for a little more if there are two really active teams How will they react to Chelsea’s bid? Are they prepared to offer equal or higher bids? So I think Lavia is likely to end up at Liverpool. but obviously If Liverpool walk away The dynamic will change ′′ ′′ We will have to wait and see, but for sure Chelsea got Kaicedo. They are pushing to sign Kaiseido and he has been their number one target all summer.”