Liverpool’s last attempt to sign Anthony Gordon with £50m + offer for the transfer of Kelleher

Liverpool's last attempt to sign Anthony Gordon with £50m + offer for the transfer of Kelleher Transfers

Concerns over the Premier League’s ‘Profitability and Sustainability Regulations’ (PSR) have forced Newcastle to sell players by 1 July, and discussions have been held with Liverpool to sell England international Anthony Gordon The club had held talks with Liverpool over the sale of England international Anthony Gordon.

However, negotiations fell through due to their demand for 21-year-old defender Jarell Quansah and the transfer fee being too high. Instead, an agreement was reached with Brighton on the sale of 19-year-old Gambian international Yankuba Minteh for a fee of £33 million.

A hefty transfer fee was apparently set, as they were reluctant to let the 23-year-old winger go in the first place, but Liverpool are likely to make a last-ditch attempt. According to TEAMtalk, the Reds are looking to secure the player for £50 million plus the transfer of Irish goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher.

For Newcastle, the sale of the Gambia international has not driven the need to release any of their key players. Liverpool, on the other hand, also have a number of players who can play on the left wing, including Luis Diaz, Cody Gakpo, Diogo Jota and Ben Doak, so there is less urgency.

In addition, according to the paper, the Reds have estimated the value of their second goalkeeper to be between £25m and £35m, with a total offer of between £75m and £85m.

Therefore, the chances of the England winger going to Anfield for EURO 2024 are slim to none, but with the deadline looming, could there be a sudden change in developments…?