Liverpool put a price on Takumi Minamino before the summer transfer

Liverpool put a price on Takumi Minamino before the summer transfer

After this fantastic season of Liverpool is coming towards an end, the Reds set a price tag for their forward Takumi Minamino before the summer’s transfer window.

Takumi Minamino is a Japanese footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder or a winger for Liverpool and as well as Japan. He was signed by Liverpool a couple of years ago in January 2020 and also went to Southampton on loan.

Moreover, this season for Takumi Minamino has been impressive and he has scored some valuable goals for the club. The 27-year-old played 24 games and scored 10 goals in all competitions including 3 crucial goals for the Merseyside club in FA Cup this season.

Meanwhile, some players like Divock Origi and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have already decided to leave the club and there are reports that Takumi Minamino will also leave the club in Summer.

Price set by Liverpool for Takumi Minamino

After this season will end Takumi Minamino will have a lot of options and a reliable Liverpool journalist has also claimed that the Japanese international is ‘expected to seek a move away’ which can be disappointing for the Reds.

Moreover, the same journalist says that Liverpool are looking forward to regaining 17 million pounds for Takumi Minamino after buying him for 7.25 million pounds back in January 2020.

Liverpool feels that the Japanese forward is worth this money because of his exceptional performances in domestic competitions.

Also, it seems like Klopp also has not much to say about this.

it’s a crime he’s not playing more often

Klopp said after the match against Southampton.

Now, players like Origi, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Minamino are leaving the club after this season, Klopp has players lined up who can possibly join the Reds this summer which can be very important for the upcoming season.

However, their first priority will be beating Real Madrid and becoming the champions of Europe later this month in France.

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