Liverpool ‘to trigger Dominik Szoboszlai’s release clause today’

Before his contract with RB Leipzig expires on Friday, Dominik Szoboszlai’s release clause is anticipated to be triggered by Liverpool.

Szoboszlai, 22, who joined Leipzig from Red Bull Salzburg in 2021, has caught the eye of both Liverpool and Newcastle after making an impression for Leipzig.

The attacking midfielder, who can also play on the wings, made 46 appearances for the German side last year, making 46 starts and contributing 10 goals and 13 assists.
The £60 million release clause in the Hungarian international’s contract with Leipzig is set to expire at midnight on Friday. Following that, the Bundesliga team is anticipated to want a significantly bigger sum from the player.

Liverpool has accelerated their efforts to sign the midfielder as a result.

According to The Times, his release clause will be activated by the Merseyside club on Friday before it expires.

Liverpool is reportedly the “favorite” to sign the midfielder, and negotiations between the Premier League team and the player’s representatives have already begun.
According to The Athletic, Newcastle has withdrawn from the competition for Szoboszlai, giving Liverpool the upper hand in bringing in their second player of the summer after acquiring Alexis Mac Allister for £35 million from Brighton.

After the deal initially looked difficult to do following a meeting earlier this week, the dynamic has shifted in the past 24 hours and Liverpool appear to have been given confidence that it is possible,” read The Athletic’s report.

Szoboszlai’s praise for Klopp.

Szoboszlai has lauded Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp in the past and has claimed that working for the German would be a “special experience.”
I absolutely like Klopp, the Hungary international revealed in an interview with the Hungarian YouTube station Csisztu in 2020 (via the type of person he is.

“The way he can motivate his team members is incredible. They can stand even when they have nothing, and his players can accomplish anything. He is the world’s top manager in my opinion.

Later, he stated to Index (via Liverpool Echo): “Working for Klopp would undoubtedly be a unique experience. As it would be under Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, or Jose Mourinho, the head coach of Roma.

“I have no idea what they could acquire.”through me. However, only a small number of football players receive all of these opportunities. The best only. It would be wonderful to work with any of them one day and I think I can get there.




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