Gerrard was considered one of the best midfielders in Europe during Rabiot’s childhood, as the former England international led the Anfield side to glory on both the domestic and international fronts. “I liked Liverpool so much because I was a fan of Steven Gerrard who made me dream and hence I followed the Reds,” Rabiot stated in reference to the reason he became a supporter of Liverpool during his childhood.
(Photo by Isabella Bonotto/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) that Liverpool have been in contact to sign Rabiot, despite the fact that the midfielder is currently having his greatest season for the Italian giants since signing from PSG. Rabiot’s contract with Juventus is set to expire in the summer.
For Klopp, it would be a major coup if Liverpool were to sign Rabiot. On November 6, 2022, during the Italian Serie A football match between Juventus and FC Internazionale at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Juventus forward Adrien Rabiot (on the right) celebrates after scoring a goal. The game was being played in Italy.
If Rabiot decides to leave Juventus in the summer, he would put himself in an unbelievable position of power, which will make it difficult for Liverpool to sign him. If Rabiot leaves Juventus, Liverpool will have a difficult time signing him. On the other hand, taking into account how important the Reds are to the Frenchman, a trade might be more feasible than was initially thought.
Liverpool in battlҽ Man United to sign for free ‘Golden boy’ behind Messi
Lionel Messi is not the only high-profile star who could be available for free this summer.
This summer, Gavi is reportedly being pursued by both Manchester United and Liverpool. The Barcelona wonderkid, whose contract at the Nou Camp is currently coming to an end, might be the second-best free transfer opportunity behind Lionel Messi.
Gavi progressed through the ranks of Barca’s renowned La Masia academy, making his debut shortly after turning 17 years old. He signed a new contract in September of last year as one of the top players in Spanish football, but the months that followed were difficult.
Gavi’s position has been restored to that of an academy player after La Liga executives rejected the registration of the contract. As a result, he will wear No. 30 instead of his preferred No. 6, which is unfortunate for Barcelona because it makes them open to a free move out.
Although the initial contract between the player and the club featured a sizable release clause, Gavi’s current circumstance means that when his contract expires at the conclusion of the season, he will be free to depart the Nou Camp.
The club allegedly plans to file other lawsuits in an effort to address the issue. This summer, as Barcelona looks to improve their contentious relationship with La Liga, cutting the pay bill will be a top focus for manager Xavi.
FourFourTwo reports that if the matter isn’t settled, Man United and Liverpool are among the teams getting ready to fιght it out for Gavi. Due to the appeal of working with former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola, Manchester City has also been given an opportunity.
Naturally, teams outside of the Premier League are interested in signing Him for free as well; rυmors have it that Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also interested. This season, the 18-year-old has participated in 25 La Liga games, recording one goal and two assists.
Behind another Barca hero, Messi, Gavi can be regarded as the second best free transfer prospҽct as the summer transfer window draws near. Although the Argentinean just has a few months left on his contract, he left to join PSG in 2021. Although a return to Barcelona has been suggested, it seems improbable given the club’s financial situation. Late last year, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the president of PSG, spoke about Messi’s future and disclosed that plans were in place to step up negotiations following the World Cup.
“Will Messi and [Kylian] Mbappe be retained? No doubt, “said him. “These are the two top World Cup players. Leo and I have agreed to discuss further after the World Cup, so I won’t sαy anything else about him now.”