Liverpool fail to grab Neves in the winter market.
Liverpool will unable to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ruben Neves in January. Because they do not have the funds to strengthen the army.
After reports continued to emerge that the Reds were interested in the Portugal international and are likely to join the team in the winter market, with an estimated fee of £ 60-70 million. However, Krug In an interview. He said he didn’t think. This deal would happen because they had already spent money on grabbing Cody Kakpo.
“Ruben Neves is a player Wolves are expected to leave. I think it’s more interesting, especially last summer. He has only 18 months left on his contract, which is a juncture to extend or find a new club.
“I understand why Liverpool are interested in him. But I think there will be no transfers in the market around this time. Which Jurgen Klopp has already talked about. Basically, they already paid the price of Cody Kakpo, so we have to keep an eye on this summer again. And I think it would be good for both Liverpool and Neves.”
“He’s such a great player and I’m surprised it took so long for the big six to sign him,” said Crook.