According to media reports, Liverpool and Manchester United are in a bidding war for Darwin Nunez’s services
According to the Independent, the Red Devils are willing to compete with the Merseysiders for the transfer of the Uruguayan international, who has excelled for Benfica.
According to a reliable British news outlet, the South American striker prefers a move to Liverpool, but his representatives are willing to listen to Old Trafford.
According to Miguel Delaney, a fee of around £100 million could be required to sign the Eagles’ 22-year-old center forward.
Liverpool and Manchester United would have to break their respective transfer records to sign Nunez, who scored 26 goals in the Primeira Liga last season. He scored against Klopp’s team in the Champions League both at home and away.
Liverpool’s record signing is defender Virgil van Dijk, who cost £75 million (The Guardian); on the other hand, United spent £89 million (BBC) to break the record for Pogba, who is leaving the club for the second time on a free transfer.
According to recent reports, Manchester United has made a £90 million bid (CdM). Benfica, on the other hand, believes a higher price can be obtained for the player who scored six goals in the Champions League last season.
According to ESPN, the Liga Nos club is seeking a fee of at least 130 million euros (£112 million), with a release clause in Nunez’s current contract worth £130 million (The Mirror).