‘Outstanding’ Liverpool defender might leave after offers lodged

Liverpool FC can sell their prodigy defender, after receiving bids from fellow Premier League Clubs. The Player could also think of leaving Liverpool in search of more game time. And it can't be guaranteed to him at Anfield.

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Liverpool FC can sell their prodigy defender, after receiving bids from fellow Premier League Clubs. The Player could also think of leaving Liverpool in search of more game time. And it can’t be guaranteed to him at Anfield.

Liverpool are having a busy transfer window.

A great coach and a great sporting project has made Anfield one of the most desired destinations for world-class players.

Liverpool are also capitalizing and making moves to build a strong squad.

But for new players to come, some of the existing players must go. Moreover, the club can face huge economic turmoil, just like FC Barcelona. If it’s not taken care of.

Liverpool defender Neco Williams might be on his way out of Anfield

Liverpool have received proposals for Neco Williams from Nottingham Forest and Fulham, according to SI.

According to the report, Williams wants to leave Liverpool for greater playing time. And Forest and Fulham, both new Premier League entrants, have made offers for him.

According to the report, Crystal Palace are also willing to sign the Welsh international right-back. His value is estimated at £15 million by Liverpool.

Moreover, according to SI, Forest and Fulham’s bids are in the £12m-£15m area, including add-ons that would satisfy Liverpool.

In our opinion, Williams should consider leaving.

Williams is a Wales international who will compete in the 2022 World Cup finals. He was described as “excellent” by Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the club’s official website in December 2021.

Moreover, the 21-year-old needs to play regularly in the first few months of the next season to maintain his form in Qatar.

Although that will not happen at Liverpool, where Trent Alexander-Arnold is the starting right-back.

Moreover, Williams helped Fulham achieve promotion to the Premier League after spending the second half of last season on loan from Liverpool.

For the 21-year-old Liverpool right-back, a season-long loan or a permanent transfer to Fulham would be a good move.

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