Breaking News: Liverpool make offer of £85million release clause for Premier League star: report

After Jurgen Klopp leaves, Liverpool is rumored to be keen on signing the Premier League star.

After Jurgen Klopp leaves, Liverpool is rumored to be keen on signing the Premier League star.

According to reports, Liverpool is eager to activate an £85 million release clause in exchange for a Premier League star.

The German manager has already declared his intention to leave the Reds at the end of the current campaign, so the team is getting ready for life after Jurgen Klopp.

Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the future of multiple first-team players, Liverpool is rumored to be shopping for a new center-back and forward.

Ghanaian sources claim that Mohamed Kudus might join Liverpool this summer if the Merseysiders decide to activate his release clause.

The 23-year-old, who is valued at £85 million by the Hammers, has moved from Ajax to the Premier League and has scored seven goals and provided seven assists.

Arne Slot, the new manager of Liverpool, is rumored to be a big fan of Kudus after watching him play while he was in the Netherlands.

Paris Saint-Germain is keeping an eye on the Ghanaian international’s movements in London as they consider him as a possible Kylian Mbappe replacement.

In August 2023, the former Ajax player agreed to a five-year contract with West Ham, and it is rumored that the club is hesitant to let him leave.

The Scottish player is scheduled to conclude his five-year contract at the London Stadium this summer, which could have an impact on his future plans given that his influence helped David Moyes’ team soar up the table in the second half of the season.

The 61-year-old said, “Mo has started great for us,” in response to Kudus’ impact.

His goals and assists have made an impact, and overall, I believe he has played well. As he grows more accustomed to the Premier League and the intensity of the games, it will also get better. I’m incredibly impressed with how well he performed.

I think he’s off to a better start than I had anticipated. We took it slow with him in the first few games, but ever since, we’ve discovered that he was assisting us in scoring goals. We hope that he keeps starting and doing a lot of the same things now.

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