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Liverpool and Arsenal are both ready to fight for the highly-rated Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder, who carries a potential price tag of around £68m, while Tottenham and Newcastle are monitoring the Egyptian striker as they look to bolster their attacks in the summer. .

Liverpool, Frankfurt sensation against Arsenal raiders

Liverpool and Arsenal are reportedly competing to sign Eintracht Frankfurt star Hugo Larsson, who has been likened to Manchester City midfielder Rodri.

The 19-year-old joined Eintracht in a €9m (£7.6m) move from Swedish giants Malmo last summer, but he quickly broke into the first-team squad and made a big impression.

His composed display against Bundesliga powerhouses Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund was particularly eye-catching, with German outlet Bild claiming the Premier League duo are very keen on completing a potential deal in the summer.

Liverpool They are particularly keen to continue revamping their midfield after a high-profile period, although the fact that Jurgen Klopp’s successor is still unknown could throw a spanner in the works there.

As for arsenalMikel Arteta is said to still be chasing a defensive midfielder who would allow Deccan Rice to play more of a box-to-box role.

However, Frankfurt is in no rush to sell Larsson, considering he is under contract until 2028.

The longer he remains on his contract, the Bundesliga side will be able to demand a hefty fee for the teenager, with the report adding that he could end up asking up to €80m (£68.2m).

Larsson is a defensive midfielder, but has the ability to move forward and run aggressively with the ball, as evidenced by two goals and one assist in 17 league games.

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In fact, on the official Bundesliga website, there was a comparison with City’s key figure, Rodri, and Kevin De Bruyne was also mentioned.

“Larsson’s game has shades of Rodri, the Spanish defensive midfielder.” A passage was read. “His close control and skill were also noted by Rodri’s Manchester City team-mate Kevin De Bruyne, who once played for Werder Bremen and Wolfsburg in Germany’s top league. “It’s a combination that Eintracht and Swedish fans will be excited about.”

Interestingly, Larsson may have become a Chelsea player after having a trial with his favorite club in his youth.

“It’s clear that playing with Chelsea has been a great experience,” the 19-year-old said.

“I trained with the team and also got to participate in the tournament in Belgium. I also scored a goal. [The move] It was a little early. I didn’t think it would happen so quickly. For me, it was better to continue developing at home in Malmö. “I want to break through in Malmo first before going abroad,” he said.

And when Eintracht coach Dino Topmoller was asked last December whether Larsson could one day become one of Europe’s best midfielders, his answer was emphatic. “That’s right. He has what it takes. His talent and mentality are unbelievable,” declared Toppmoller.

“The question is how do you deal with frustration? I’ll take my hat off to him for how he handled it. He is living his football life with everything he has. You can check it in individual video analysis. He asked if he wanted to know everything, and then he said he liked it and wanted more.”

It is yet to be seen whether Liverpool or Arsenal would be willing to pay that kind of money for a player who lacks experience in top-level European football.

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West Ham rejected Fulham’s late loan approach for Algerian winger Said Benrahma as the Cottagers attempted to beat Lyon to sign the 28-year-old. (Fabrizio Romano)

Karim Benzema was linked with a move away from Al-Ittihad in January but the 36-year-old is set to hold open talks with the Saudi Pro League club, who would like to stay for next season. (various)

Milan are interested in RB Leipzig striker Benjamin Cesco over the summer, but the Slovenian international is not the only replacement for Olivier Giroud. (Il Corriere dello Sport)

Jude Bellingham has urged Manchester City striker and former Borussia Dortmund team-mate Erling Haaland to “come to Real Madrid”. (like)

Fulham striker Carlos Vinicius is likely to move on loan to Galatasaray for the remainder of the season.. (various)

Spurs, Newcastle hunt Egypt

The battle for a top four spot could determine whether Tottenham or Newcastle succeed in signing Egyptian striker Omar Mamoosh this summer. (various)

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Leicester have been criticized for aborting Stefano Sensi’s transfer from Inter on deadline day after altering his contract terms on a number of occasions. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

Italian side Lazio failed in their attempt to bring Tottenham winger Brian Gill to the club on deadline day. (Calciomercato)

The Turkish transfer window remains open for the next seven days, meaning Nottingham Forest defender Sèrge Aurier’s hopes of facilitating a move to Galatasaray remain alive.. (ESPN)

Salernitana have officially announced that former Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has signed on a free transfer. (Soccer Italy)

Juventus and Atletico Madrid will continue to monitor the progress of Atalanta forward Ademola Lookman as they target a summer move. (various)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic sees Antonio Conte as the ideal replacement for Stefano Pioli and will play a key role in negotiations with the former Juventus and Inter boss. (La Repubblica)

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