Liverpool opens door to major Wolves transfer after Jurgen Klopp’s U-turn


Liverpool would have cooled its interest in Werder Bremen, leaving the door open to the Wolves to reach an agreement.

A number of Premier League clubs would like the 23-year-old, who has scored 10 goals in all competitions this season.

Sky Sports suggests with Wolves that Aston Villa, Brighton and West Ham are monitoring their situation when the transfer window opens at the end of the season.

Liverpool would also have been fans of Rashica, but have now turned their attention elsewhere after signing Takumi Minamino of Red Bull Salzburg in January.

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A decision for Rashica would be costly, with a release clause estimated at around £ 30 million in its contract – but Bremen is not immune to the downside. This particular failure will cut Rashica’s release clause in half – but it will expire in June.

In addition to interest in the Premier League, Rb Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund would be interested, with reports that the player would prefer to stay in the Bundesliga.

Player’s agent Altin Lala recently fueled speculation by saying that he plans to move his client in the near future.

“Before the coronavirus crisis, we were in contact with certain clubs – including those in the Bundesliga,” he told Sport1.

“For the moment, everything is still. I am sure that soon, when we are back to normal, there will be movement on the subject and something will certainly happen.

“It is clear that until the end of the season Milot will focus entirely on maintaining Werder Bremen. “


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