Real Madrid are ready to offer Liverpool £70 million to make Jurgen Klopp the favourites

Liverpool’s key players have attracted a lot of interest since the summer transfer window.

During the summer transfer window, Liverpool rejected urgent overtures from Saudi Arabia to sign Mohamed Salah.

Al-Ittihad, who had already purchased Fabinho from the Reds, has set himself the goal of signing the Egyptian winger from Anfield.

Luckily for the fans, Liverpool managed to retain Salah, but the chances are increasing that he will spend his final season on Merseyside.

Al-Ittihad have offered record money for the 31-year-old and they will likely come with a nice sum next year too.

According to Fichajes, Real Madrid have identified Trent Alexander-Arnold as a “natural replacement” for veteran Dani Carvajal, whose contract expires in 2025.

The Liverpool vice-captain’s current tenure also expires that year, but the club has a new contract has already been agreed.

Having risen through the ranks and established himself as one of his team’s key players, there is no doubt that Alexander-Arnold is one of the last people Liverpool would consider selling.

He was appointed deputy to Virgil van Dijk following the departures of Jordan Henderson and James Milner, and his new role will surely pave the way for a full-time captain in the near future.

Alexander-Arnold’s name often comes up when talking about the best right-backs in the world.

Now that he has become famous he will obviously attract the attention of superpowers like Real Madrid.

According to the report, Los Blancos “could be ready to make an offer in excess of €80 million” for the Liverpool right-back.

It seems that Carlo Ancelotti also wanted to ‘give his approval’ to the purchase of Alexander-Arnold.

If reports of interest from European giants are confirmed, Liverpool will certainly want to determine the new mandates of their vice-captain and retain him.

He is certainly a popular member of the team and Jürgen Klopp is a big fan of his.

The manager heaped praise on Alexander-Arnold towards the end of last season, hailing his performance against West Ham as “absolutely crazy”.

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