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Liverpool transfer round-up: Divock Origi decision made as Renato Sanches race hots up

Liverpool made just one signing in the summer transfer window in Ibrahima Konate, but January could be a different story for Jurgen Klopp’s side

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Klopp’s Verdict On Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will be over the moon with his side’s 4-0 demolition of Arsenal, after their 25-game unbeaten run came to an end against West Ham in the game before.

The Reds came out all guns blazing in the first match back after the international break and ended Arsenal’s own undefeated streak in the process.

But as November nears it’s end, Klopp will have already began to think about the January transfer window and all that it could bring for his side.

Liverpool were one of the quietest teams in the Premier League summer window, but Klopp may look to be more active this time around.

Here, Mirror Football brings you the latest gossip from Anfield.

Origi to stay








Divock Origi has been linked with an Anfield exit
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Liverpool reportedly have no intention of allowing Divock Origi to leave the club in January.

The Northern Echo say Origi – who is a reported loan target for Newcastle – won’t be departing Anfield in the upcoming window.

The 26-year-old has struggled to nail down a starting berth for the entirety of his Liverpool career and has been linked with exits on several occasions.





Origi has featured for a grand total of just 16 minutes across two games in the Premier League this season and has scored once against West Ham.

The Belgian forward’s current deal at Liverpool runs until the end of June, meaning he will be free to negotiate with other clubs over a pre-contract from January onwards.

Sanches agent pushing for exit

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Renato Sanches could move to the Premier League
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Renato Sanches’ agent Jorge Mendes is pushing for client to leave Lille in January, according to reports in Italy.

Calciomercato, via Football Italia say Liverpool are one of three clubs interested in the highly rated midfielder, whose contract is up at the end of the campaign.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal and Stefano Pioli’s AC Milan are also rumoured to be keen on a move for the 24-year-old.

In 2016, Sanches made a €35m switch to Bayern Munich as an 18-year-old, but things did not work out for the midfielder in Germany.

Premier League fans will already be familiar with Sanches after his disappointing loan spell at Swansea, but he has since revived his career at Lille.

Reds linked with £15m wonderkid








Adam Hlozek is a reported target for Liverpool
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Liverpool have been linked with a move to sign 19-year-old Sparta Prague wonderkid Adam Hlozek.

According to Football Insider, via Daily Star, the Reds are said to be interested in the forward, although they will face competition from Premier League rivals West Ham for the Czech forward’s signature.

Hlozek – who has already been capped 12 times by his country – scored 15 times in 19 appearances in the Czech topflight last season and has followed that up with four goals this term.

A deal for the Czech forward in January would help cover the loss of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, both of whom could be absent for as long as a month while they participate at the Africa Cup of Nations.


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