AC Milan is in serious preparation to provide a concrete offer for Liverpool’s target Ozan Kabak in upcoming January Transfer Window.
The 20-year old Turkish centre-back has been a regular performer for the German Club Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga. He is on a continuous talk among the managers because of the fine potential to handle critical situations.
The pandemic enforced many restrictions and condensed over-scheduling in 2020-21 Premier League match fixtures causing persistent player injuries, with Liverpool having the highest number of casualties occurring.
Manager Jurgen Klopp interested on Ozan Kabak for a long-term centre back:
Schalke rejected a last-minute offer from AC Milan in the previous transfer window as the club continued to have financial problems and also they fall back in time to properly source for a replacement.
Manager Jurgen Klopp is looking for highly efficient long-term players that could replace the loss caused with regard to the present injury crisis that the club is facing. Kabak is among the priority because rumors are still projecting the player as a young and flexible target during the summer transfer window.
The Liverpool’s verdict on Kabak had mentioned:
If the money is available for Liverpool to sign Kabak, it could be an excellent piece of business.
Not only is the 20-year-old an exciting young prospect, his price tag is far from extortionate and makes sense to try and sign him.
AC Milan is appearing to make its first move to claim a lump-some, with additional bonus payments done on Kabak. According to an Italian daily Corriere dello Sport, the Milanese giants are willing to bid for worth €15 million for the defender at the start of the new year.
The Reds are already missing their key players Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez both potentially not making for the rest of the season, the young centre-back is believed to be a cheaper option and also is at a suitable age for signing on a Long-term in the defensive department.
It would become an excellent business deal if the Merseyside giants decide to stop the chase by officially claiming Kabak as an effective long-term player as his price tag is not exorbitant and in a way, selling Kabak would aid Bundesliga’s financial problems.
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