Rumors of ‘transfer abandonment’ are coming out one after another. Following Liverpool’s abandonment of Jude Bellingham, Wolverhampton’s Matheus Núñez has also been dropped from their priority list.
Liverpool have given up on signing Bellingham. British multiple media reported on the 12th (hereinafter Korean time) that Liverpool had decided not to pursue a transfer to Bellingham this coming summer. It is known that the reason was the limited budget and the extensive reorganization in the midfield.
Bellingham’s ransom was a problem. In addition to his performance at Borussia Dortmund, Bellingham increased his value to the fullest by demonstrating his true value at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Dortmund is also known to have set aside at least 150 million euros (approximately 217.4 billion won) for Bellingham, the core of the team. 토토사이트
Eventually, Liverpool pulled out. Liverpool initially had plans to rebuild the team’s midfield around Bellingham. However, it was decided to exclude the method of excessive investment in one person as a major overhaul of the midfield was required due to a worse-than-expected decline in performance, injury problems, and expiration of the contracts of Naby Keita and Oxlade Chamberlain.
Instead, it plans to recruit a number of quasi-class resources. The player with the strongest connection is Mason Mount. Mount continues to be a starter for the team this season, but has not renewed his contract with Chelsea until 2024.
Other candidates are Conor Gallagher (Chelsea), Moises Caicedo (Brighton), Ryan Gravenberg (Bayern Munich) and Nuñez.
Of these, Núñez was pushed out of the priority list. European football transfer expert journalist Fabricio Romano reported on the 12th: “Núñez is just one of the options. I have heard he is not in Liverpool’s top priority.” Even Nunez, who was originally nominated as a potential candidate along with Bellingham and Mount, is as if Liverpool gave up.
In response, the locals also expressed their curiosity. England’s ‘Cut Offside’ said: “The subsequent cooling of interest in Núñez (with Bellingham) could raise concerns about Liverpool’s transfer policy. They are under pressure to create miracles.”