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Monday, March 25, 2019

Liverpool transfer stance on Juventus star Paulo Dybala and Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt reveal

Liverpool have been linked with Juventus and Ajax players Dybala and De Ligt with the summer transfer window creeping closer.

The Reds have made a habit of spending big in recent years and fans, understandably, are hoping for more of the same.

Liverpool forked out £75million for Virgil van Dijk last January, while also landing Alisson Becker and Naby Keita.

As a result of their recent spending, links to Dybala and De Ligt have emerged with reports claiming the Reds would pursue both players.

Dybala could leave Juventus having found himself fall behind Cristiano Ronaldo in the bid to be the club’s main man.

De Ligt, meanwhile, is expected to follow compatriot Frenkie De Jong out of the Ajax exit door.

However, the Liverpool Echo claim that Liverpool will not be pushing to sign either player when the transfer window reopens.

It is said that manager Jurgen Klopp believes only minor additions are needed to his squad.

And with Liverpool edging closer towards the Premier League title, few can argue with his current state of mind.

Dybala could now join Manchester United instead.

The Red Devils are supposedly pushing hard to land the Argentina international, as they seek a solution to their attacking problems.

De Ligt, on the other hand, is widely expected to join Barcelona when the transfer window reopens.

News of Liverpool’s stance on both players comes at a time where:

Meanwhile, De Ligt was recently urged to join Liverpool by former Netherlands international Rene van der Gijp.

"It would be great for Dutch football if those two defenders can play alongside each other for five to six years," he told Dutch outlet Voetbal Primeur.

"Then you are getting the best centre-back pairing in Europe."
That, however, now looks unlikely.

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