BREAKING! Liverpool Submit Official Bid For Darwin Nunez
Liverpool has put together their official bid for Benfica striker Darwin Nunez, MySportDab reports.
Darwin Nunez has been attracting interest from the English Premier League clubs Liverpool has now made their offer.
This comes after Manchester United were said to be preparing their offer for the striker knowing they need to make a move for a possible Cristiano Ronaldo replacement.
Liverpool seems to be the side leading the race for the striker who could finally get his dream move away from Benfica where he has made a name for himself.
He was also linked with a move to Chelsea who is yet to make their move on the transfer market despite them having already finalized a sale of the club to a new owner.
According to reports coming from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Liverpool’s offer for Darwin Nunez ahead of a possible move.
Benfica now has to sit down and discuss before reaching back to the Premier League side.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Official proposal from Liverpool for Darwin Núñez will be €80m plus add ons for €100m package.
“Benfica will make a decision soon, while Man United are also in contact with his agent.
“Liverpool are prepared to offer Núñez a five year deal, waiting for Benfica decision.
Official proposal from Liverpool for Darwin Núñez will be €80m plus add ons for €100m package. Benfica will make a decision soon, while Man United are also in contact with his agent. 🔴 #LFC
Liverpool are prepared to offer Núñez a five year deal, waiting for Benfica decision.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 8, 2022
Manchester United might also be making their official bid soon with Liverpool already taking that steps forward in the race.
Nothing has been agreed upon yet as they will need to wait for more offers before comparing which one is suitable for the club.
It won’t be an easy one as many other clubs are also looking to sign Darwin Nunez who has been one of the hottest strikers in Europe in the past two years.
He is expected to be Sadio Mane’s replacement with the Senegalese set to join Bayern Munich this summer window.