Manchester City Is Set To Compete With Liverpool For A Player Making £190k Per Week
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Manchester City Is Set To Compete With Liverpool For A Player Making £190k Per Week

According to rumours, Manchester City is ready to enter the competition for Matthijs de Ligt. The player is reportedly desired by Liverpool.

This is from 90 minutes. They assert that Matthijs de Ligt has “long-term supporters” in Manchester City, who are debating whether to intervene on his behalf.

Manchester City Is Set To Compete With Liverpool For A Player Making £190k Per Week

Manchester City Is Set To Compete With Liverpool For A Player Making £190k Per Week

That occurs while De Ligt’s future is seriously questioned. Juventus wants him to sign a new deal, but it would have to be on less favorable terms because it expires in 2024. Calciomercato estimates that De Ligt presently makes about £190k per week. The athlete, though, is opposed to such a notion and would only consent to it if his release clause were to be lessened.

De Ligt is contemplating his future because Juventus has not yet made such an offer. As he reaches the final year of his contract in 2023, his value will also decline, therefore this could be the best moment to sell him.

As a result, City may become involved, and Manchester United may as well. Chelsea is also mentioned as a prospective location in the study.

However, the article stops short of stating that De Ligt has requested a move. Corriere Dello Sport, who thinks he has taken that step and is attempting to transfer this summer, disputes that.

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All of this is the result of several stories claiming that Liverpool wants De Ligt. According to Tuttomercatoweb, Calciomercato, and Corrire dello Sport.

However, it is evident that this would be a very challenging move as teams line up for De Ligt. Although Liverpool has several clear advantages a relationship with Ibrahima Konaté being one of them we can see how the numbers may spiral out of control in this situation.

In light of this, we won’t hold our collective breath. De Ligt is a wonderful talent, but he would be an expensive acquisition for Liverpool, and they won’t make him until 2022. Next year, we’ll check to see whether he’s still available.

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