Liverpool are reportedly prepared to cut a profit of 150%. If they decide to sell one of the attacking stars to Inter Milan. The Serie A club that are interested in the player.
Takumi Minamino is reportedly set to leave Liverpool , although he became a hero to Jürgen Klopp’s side in midweek. The Japan international scored one of his team’s two goals in the Reds’ Premier League semi-final match on Tuesday 17 May 2022 to help his team win. Southampton went 2-1.
This game marks Minamino’s first start in the Premier League this season. And the fact that it came in the last game of the domestic game of the season speaks volumes. About the little role he plays in the squad. Although Klopp said in a post-match interview. It is very wrong that he has used the former Red Bull Salzburg star. So little in the Premier League this season, but the truth is. He is not a must-have player for the Merseyside team.
Most recently, Anfield Watch reported on Thursday 19 May 2022 that Inter were among the UFABET clubs interested in the 27-year-old. Liverpool are demanding around £17m for the player they signed for just £ 7.25m in 2019 [according to Forbes], meaning the Reds are ready to make a 150 per cent profit from the player if the numbers. such is true
Earlier on Thursday it was reported in Italy that Another Serie A club that is interested in Minamino is Lazio . This player has no shortage of desired teams. And it’s likely he will leave Liverpool, although a goal in the middle of the week left fans. The Reds were delighted no matter how much. The goal, in addition to knocking the team down to one point from title rivals Manchester City , was a reminder of Minamino’s talent and, in theory, would raise his profile. of him in the summer transfer market
But no matter what The former Borussia Dortmund manager also has players that are much better than him. And staying on Merseyside this summer is highly likely to be highly unlikely, but the game against Southampton On Tuesday, it will be the last game of Minamino or not, we have to see again on Sunday, May 22, 2022, where they will open the Anfield nest to receive the visit of Wolverhampton which is the last match of the season