Liverpool move looks more likely than a possible Arsenal signing, but it will be a mad and silly fee to pay!

Youri Tielemans is a player in demand, though Belgium failed to get through to the final part of the Euro’s with a certain Leicester midfielder in there but being left as a minor in the competition with hungry Italian players.

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Not to say that Youri Tielemans is a great player, but he still needs a lot of support and with Wilfred Ndidi in there he is a perfect fit, and we will not see a total robbery happening at Leicester City this summer, it will not happen.

Liverpool must also dig into their pockets and maybe down in the grass at Anfield to get the money needed to reach the demand of Leicester with a fee of around £75million believed what it would take to convince the owners to sell.

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Leicester themselves have done a major signing in the midfield area with Boubakary Soumare joining from Lille. Not a similar player to Tielemans, not at all a Ndidi copy, but with the two a 100 % perfect fit, so to see any move happening would be total surprise and why Liverpool should use more money than they can afford on one player that didn’t have the form to tear down Italy in a big and vital match, might be something Jurgen Klopp should consider if he wants to splash the cash.

Arsenal are said to be preparing a move for Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves and with such a move going forward and possibly close to completion, it would be a big surprise if James Maddison would be joining as well, though his name is not going away in a possible transfer to The Emirates.

With the addition of Soumare, Maddison could be pushed further up the field and be an ideal man in a line 4-3-3 set up, we just have to wait and see what happens, but it will be a big surprise to see such moves happening, though in this time of life surprises are all over.

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Dennis Praet could be a more suitable player to add to a squad at Arsenal, but the fringe Belgian international would see struggles if he is to get a certain starting position in this team, something that would be difficult to see. A move to a middle placed Serie A or Bundesliga outfit would probably be the ideal move for the former Sampdoria man as he has confirmed he is eager to find a new home and play elsewhere next season.

Leicester City are today again heavily linked with Ozan Kabak, who is certain to leave Schalke 04, and with his current partnership with Caglar Soyuncu in the Turkey defensive line he might fit the bil as an alternative defender at the club after the releases of Wes Morgan and Christian Fuchs and the current transfer of Josh Knight to Peterborough United.

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