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Clearing house: Liverpool close to agreeing shrewd £3.5 million deal for Chirivella

Clearing house: Liverpool close to agreeing shrewd £3.5 million deal for Chirivella

Liverpool’s transfer business this summer has been some of the most extravagant in recent memory.

After a bittersweet season which saw the club finish fourth and miss out on the Champions League, Klopp has invested heavily in the squad.

So far Liverpool have managed to bring in Naby Keita, Fabinho, Shaqiri and Alisson to the club as Klopp prepares to launch a significant title challenge to rival Manchester City. However, with Liverpool spending £163.98 million so far in the transfer market, the club now need to sell some players to not only recoup their losses but also clear some deadwood from the squad.

With that in mind, Goal.com is reporting that Liverpool have accepted a £3.5 million bid from Norwegian side, Rosenborg, for Pedro Chirivella.

The Breakdown

The young Spaniard has failed to cement a spot in the first-team and has only made five senior appearances for Liverpool. Although strength in depth is going to be crucial for Liverpool this year, there’s no reason to keep a player on the books who realistically is never going to feature in the starting eleven.

Signed from Valencia’s academy five years ago, the midfielder has spent two seasons on loan in Holland with Willem II and Go Ahead Eagles but hasn’t impressed enough to break through into the first-team.

With the transfer window counting down, the Spaniard will likely be the first of many players to depart the club in what is going to be potentially, a massive season for the Reds.

So Liverpool fans, what do you think of this transfer?

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