Liverpool will not pay the £70m valuation…Mali midfielder Cheick Doucouré likely to stay at Crystal Palace

Liverpool will not pay the £70m valuation...Mali midfielder Cheick Doucouré likely to stay at Crystal Palace Transfers

Liverpool acquired Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo from Stuttgart to fill the hole left by Fabinho. Since then, Liverpool has not stopped searching for a midfielder and is doing everything in its power to secure a new midfielder in the impending transfer window.

Even before the acquisition of the national team captain, Mali midfielder Cheick Doucoure, who plays for Crystal Palace, was rumored to be a possible candidate. Liverpool’s interest in the player is genuine, and they have made inquiries about the possibility of signing him.

Liverpool’s interest has only intensified, but Crystal Palace has no intention of compromising on their £70 million valuation. With the unchanged situation, Klopp has given up on spending big money and the Malian midfielder is expected to remain in London, Standard Sport reported.

Roy Hodgson has also stated that he does not want any of the team’s main players to leave, and his firm stance is unlikely to change. With the Premier League season now underway and the transfer deadline looming, it is unlikely that any club will be able to get replacements, and any club would want its regulars to stay.

Other names that have surfaced include Ryan Gravenberch, Douglas Luiz, and Andre. Will Liverpool be able to complete the ideal reinforcement?