Football transfer rumours: Liverpool to win race for David Brooks? | The Guardian

This talk has set the controls for the heart of the sun With clubs such as Leicester, Crystal Palace, West Ham, Tottenham and Everton all courting Bournemouth attacking midfielder David Brooks, Liverpool are reportedly readying themselves for what is generally known in transfer parlance as a “summer swoop”. Having missed most of last season with an ankle injury, it seems fitting the 23-year-old is seen as the ideal replacement for the recently departed Adam Lallana and the Premier League champions are said to be preparing a £35m bid.As reported in the Guardian, Liverpool have also agreed an £11.75m fee with Olympiakos for left-back Kostas Tsimikas and the 24-year-old is currently en route to Anfield for a medical. Tsimikas will sign a four-year deal and act as back-up for Andy Robertson after Liverpool refused to meet Norwich City’s £20m asking price for Jamal Lewis. Continue reading…

This talk has set the controls for the heart of the sun

With clubs such as Leicester, Crystal Palace, West Ham, Tottenham and Everton all courting Bournemouth attacking midfielder David Brooks, Liverpool are reportedly readying themselves for what is generally known in transfer parlance as a “summer swoop”. Having missed most of last season with an ankle injury, it seems fitting the 23-year-old is seen as the ideal replacement for the recently departed Adam Lallana and the Premier League champions are said to be preparing a £35m bid.

As reported in the Guardian, Liverpool have also agreed an £11.75m fee with Olympiakos for left-back Kostas Tsimikas and the 24-year-old is currently en route to Anfield for a medical. Tsimikas will sign a four-year deal and act as back-up for Andy Robertson after Liverpool refused to meet Norwich City’s £20m asking price for Jamal Lewis.

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