Arsenal has put pressure on Liverpool to hurry up on Belgian player transfer proposal
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Arsenal has put pressure on Liverpool to hurry up on Belgian player transfer proposal

Arsenal has put pressure on Liverpool to hurry up on Belgian player transfer proposal

Arsenal has demanded that Liverpool expedite their pursuit of Southampton midfielder Romeo Lavia. The Gunners could increase their interest in the player if Thomas Partey’s situation changes.

Lavia’s first season at Southampton after joining from Manchester City last summer was impressive. He was a bright spot in an otherwise disastrous season for Saints, who finished dead last and were relegated to the Championship.

The 19-year-old’s performances have garnered transfer rumors from a number of elite organizations. Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, and the Belgian’s former club, City, are devotees of him.

Declan Rice was just acquired by Arsenal for a club-record sum of £105 million. Chelsea, meanwhile, hopes to acquire the services of Brighton’s Moises Caicedo.

This summer, Liverpool has already acquired two midfielders, Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai. Nonetheless, Fabinho appears destined for the Saudi Pro League, and captain Jordan Henderson could accompany him out the door.

In particular, the departure of Fabinho would leave Liverpool in need of a defensive midfielder. Despite his relative lack of experience, Lavia is among the main targets.

However, if they are not nimble, they may encounter formidable competition from a rival. Arsenal currently has no need to acquire another player of Lavia’s caliber.

According to reports from Saudi Arabia, Partey has agreed to personal terms with an unnamed Saudi Pro League club. Arsenal has not yet agreed on a price, and they may be reluctant to sell.
Nonetheless, if Partey leaves, they will need to find a replacement. Lavia could be near the top of the target list.

If Partey leaves, Arsenal will enter the competition for the teenager, according to CBS Sports. Liverpool may need to act swiftly in the coming days to secure the player’s services.

If Arsenal comes calling, Lavia can play in the Champions League next season. Liverpool finished fifth in the Premier League and will compete in the Europa League as a result.

The Reds may be able to provide Lavia with a more consistent starting position. He could serve as a primary replacement for Fabinho, but he would be Rice’s backup at Arsenal.

Liverpool, however, cannot afford to take such a risk. If Lavia is Jurgen Klopp’s preferred target, the club’s transfer team must act swiftly to gain an advantage over any prospective competition.

Arsenal has put pressure on Liverpool to hurry up on Belgian player transfer proposal