Darwin Nunez''s signing for Liverpool is becoming more probable.
According to The Athletic, Liverpool have already agreed terms with the Benfica striker, which would cost the Reds around 85 million pounds.
The Times reports that the player himself is keen on a move to Anfield.
In an interview with Sky Sports this morning, Portuguese journalist Pedro Sepulveda covered it.
Sepulveda has revealed that the Uruguayan attacker is already in contact with Jurgen Klopps'' squad, who have been waxing lyrical about the special Liverpools stadium.
Sepulveda said on Sky Sports that he has some information from the players. The player is already planning to play in Anfield.
He wants to play in the Champions League with Liverpool. He has already spoken with other players at Liverpool who said to him how incredible it is to play at a stadium like Anfield.
If and when this happens, Nunez is likely to be Sadio Manes'' next manager on Merseyside.
The Senegal international has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich, and The Daily Mail has reported this week that Thiago Alcantara has offered him his place in Germany, helping him settle in a new country.
Liverpool are estimated to pay around 35 million for the forward, bringing a significant part of what it would cost to convince Benfica to discharge him.
Darwin Nunez''s move to Liverpool is far from a tony, but there''s no doubt that the relationship will be roiled.