Liverpool made a stunning move in the summer transfer window when they confirmed they had signed Darwin Nunez from Benfica. Nunez’s arrival is Liverpool FC’s most obvious declaration of intent, particularly on the Premier League front, as they aim to challenge Manchester City, having missed out on the title by a single point. However, Liverpool fans may be pleased with their transfer activity to date in the window. Darwin Nunez’s rating is 79. His potential is 87, and his position is ST. But his rating might change ahead of his move to Anfield.
Jude Bellingham is obviously on Liverpool’s wishlist; however, as the club has already broken their transfer record for a striker in Darwin Nunez, we are unsure whether or not the Englishman will be joining in the current window. Sadio Mane leaving Liverpool is probably Liverpool’s biggest transfer news, though signing Darwin Nunez for an estimated PS 85m will excite fans. While he is not the same type of replacement, the 22-year-old is expected to fill the role Sadio Mane had at Liverpool’s front three, while the 30-year-old left for Bayern Munich. Jude Bellingham has a FIFA 22 Rating of 79 and a Potential Rating of 89. He possesses a high rate of attack and a high rate of defence.
A striker has said that the Liverpool team are left feeling sad about Sadio Mane’s decision to leave the Liverpool side to join Bayern Munich. In an interview about his move, Sadio Mane explained his decision and what winning the Premier League and the Champions League in the last few years with the Liverpool team meant. Sadio Manes is leaving after six years where he helped the club to the Premier League, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, FA Cup, League Cup, Carabao Cup and the Uefa Super Cup.
Sadio Mane announced before the Champions League final that he would undoubtedly be a Liverpool player next season; however, unless he is looking to sign a new deal, leaving now for a fee is preferable to leaving in 12 months for nothing. Mohamed Salah is set to enter the final year of his contract on Thursday, but while Liverpool has been trying to get Salah a new deal in recent weeks, recent news indicates that the Reds are setting themselves up.
Liverpool’s transfer dealings look not entirely done; the returns are in, according to The Telegraph. Having brought Luis Diaz in from Porto on a potentially hefty fee of up to 50m pounds six months ahead of schedule, it is unclear whether Liverpool will make another significant splash into the transfer waters when the window opens at the end of the year.