however much the italian side Roma insist they are yet to receive any offers for goalkeeper Alisson.
Liverpool are set to step up their interest in the Brazilian following Loris Karius’ Champions League final nightmare.
He could cost around €70m – but Roma chief Monchi insists there is nothing to suggest Alisson will be on the move.
“In order for a player to leave, there have to be three elements in place: an offer, a yes from the club and from the player. As of today, we have nothing of the sort,” he said.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has moved to clarify the comments he made after the final in Kiev.
And guess what? The Portuguese superstar looks set to stay at the Bernabeu.
Who would have thought it?
Liverpool are reportedly set to begin negotiations with Lyon for Nabil Fekir this week.
Follow all the latest transfer news, gossip, rumours and done deals right here.
Hurst set for Ipswich
Shrewsbury boss Paul Hurst is set to become Ipswich’s new manager after the two clubs agreed a compensation package.
The Tractor Boys have been looking for a replacement for Mick McCarthy since April and have settled on Hurst, who will now discuss personal terms with the Sky Bet Championship club.
A statement on Ipswich’s Twitter feed read: “#itfc can confirm that we have been given permission to speak to shrewsweb manager Paul Hurst and compensation has also been agreed with the League One club.”
Hurst has done an impressive job for the Shrews, saving them from League One relegation last season before mounting an unlikely promotion challenge this time around.
Wolves to fend off Boly interest
Wolves will fight off interest from Bournemouth to sign Porto defender Willy Boly in a £10million deal.
The Frenchman starred on loan at Molinuex last season and the permanent move has now been agreed.
But Bournemouth were also keen on giant centre-back’s signature before Boly committed to the Premier League new boys.
Fabinho in a Liverpool shirt!
Fabinho on Liverpool move
I am really excited about this move.
This is something that I always wanted – this is a giant of a team. The infrastructures of the club look exceptional.
A football club of this size coming after my services, I didn’t have to think that much about coming over.
I will try to create my own history at this football club. Hopefully, on a personal level, I’m able to win titles with this club.
I will try to grow and learn and improve myself, and to be part of the club’s history.
Can set to go?
It now appears inevitable that Emre Can will leave Liverpool.
He was an unused sub in Kiev and is out of contract this summer.
A move to Juventus beckons for the German…but Liverpool have movedfast for his replacement.
What would Fabinho bring?
Born in Campinas, the Brazilian defender began his career as a right-back, graduating through the youth ranks at Paulinia and Fluminese.
However, Fabinho only made Fluminese’s match-day squad once as an unused substitute before sealing a move to Portugal top tier side Rio Ave on a six-year deal.
After just one month at his new club, the then 18-year-old went on loan to Real Madrid Castilla where he enjoyed a fruitful campaign.
What next for Liverpool?
Fabinho might not be the only new arrival at Liverpool.
He looks set to be one of three new additions.
We know they want to sign Nabil Fekir, who is in action for France tonight (follow that live here)
And unsurprisingly a goalkeeper is also on their radar.
A busy summer awaits…
Liverpool close in on Fabinho
Liverpool are close to completing a £45m deal for Monaco midfielder Fabinho.
The deal will also include £5m in bonus payments and could be completed as early as Tuesday.
The Reds are determined to strengthen this summer following their defeat in the Champions League final.