“The official announcement will be very soon,”What Fabrizio Romano said of Liverpool fans.
The Scousers are looking forward to seeing some big names join Liverpool during the current transfer window. Liverpool fans hoping to see Konrad Laimer join Jürgen Klopp at Anfield will be disappointed as a result of Fabrizio Romano’s latest transfer announcement.
Liverpool was scheduled to sign the RB Leipzig player. However, things aren’t going as planned, as Fabrizio Romano hinted at a failed Liverpool signing of Konrad Laimer.
Bayern Munich will defeat Liverpool in the race to sign Konrad Laimer.
Liverpool are interested in signing RB Leipzig’s Austrian international. Given that the midfield guru’s contract expires at the end of the current season and that he has previously stated his desire to go,to be a Reds fan, a deal appeared quite simple to execute.
Understand Konrad Laimer has finally signed his contract as new FC Bayern player starting from July 1. Deal done months ago and it’s now also sealed. 🚨🔴🇩🇪 #FCBayern— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 19, 2023
Official statement will be very soon, probably already this month. pic.twitter.com/D4Qi3QFhRS
Laimer:“I generally like watching the Premier League. I’ve always been a Liverpool fan.”
It is now necessary for Klopp and Julian Ward to start again since Bayern Munich signed the 25-year-old before Liverpool did. Konrad Laimer is expected to formally join the Bavarians on July 1 when his RB Leipzig contract expires, according to Romano, who claims that Laimer has “finally signed his deal” with the German powerhouses.
This is especially frustrating for Liverpool because, given his contract situation, the Austrian appeared to be the most plausible option to improve the midfield this month. The Athletic believes that Fenway Sports Group is attempting to sell Liverpool, thus they do not expect big investments to be made to reinforce the midfield on a more expensive option until that sale is done.
Wolves vs. Bajcetic
It’s worth noting that, following Stefan Bajcetic’s superb performance against Wolves, the necessity for a new midfielder has lessened. Since entering the first team, the Spaniard has advanced swiftly, and he performed well in midfield with Thiago as Liverpool defeated Molineux 1-0.
Of course, midfield reinforcements will be required if Bajcetic maintains his current level of performance, but Klopp may be able to postpone making new acquisitions until the summer.