Breaking News: A 'deal' has been reached, which means that the transfer of Bruno Guimaraes might cost Liverpool only £32 million this season - sportupdate
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Breaking News: A ‘deal’ has been reached, which means that the transfer of Bruno Guimaraes might cost Liverpool only £32 million this season



Bruno Guimaraes

A total of four players were brought into the club during the summer transfer window, which allowed Liverpool to completely restructure their midfield department.

The news that Liverpool has been offered an optimistic update regarding a potential transfer deal for Bruno Guimaraes, a midfielder for Newcastle United, has been encouraging.

As was previously reported by the ECHO, the Brazilian is a player that the Reds have a great deal of respect for. However, earlier this year, a trade for Guimaraes was considered to be somewhat of a non-starter.

As a result of the revelation that Newcastle has declared losses of 73.4 million pounds earlier this week when they announced their most recent financial results, it is possible that things have altered on that front. There is now a real potential that the Magpies will be have to sell one of their treasured assets in order to alleviate worries regarding Financial Fair Play.

Bruno Guimaraes

Although the club would love to maintain Guimaraes as a member of their first-team squad, it is possible that they will have to make a sacrifice in order to earn finances during the summer transfer window. Guimaraes might be one of the players that they give up.

The former Lyon star is said to have “agreed” to a release clause in his contract that is worth €115 million (£98 million), and it is due in three installments of €38 million (£32 million). This information was provided by AS in a report on the player’s future.

According to the story, Guimaraes is one of the players who the Newcastle board has selected to assist them in “settling accounts,” and there is no restriction on Premier League teams triggering his departure valuation.

Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly one of the clubs that are interested in the 26-year-old player, and they are “expected to return to attack again next summer.” Liverpool is also reportedly interested in the player. Additionally, Barcelona and Chelsea are listed as two potential destinations for the player.

During the month of October, Guimaraes renewed his contract with the Toon Army, which will keep him at St. James’ Park until the summer of 2028. Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle, made the following statement at the time that this agreement was reached: “I am delighted to get Bruno signed and committed to the long-term future of the football club.” He is such a significant player, and he has been performing exceptionally well ever since he joined the club. Since he has been here, he has been a tremendous success, and I just hope that he will be able to continue making progress in the same way and continue to be successful with us.

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