The Reds are chasing Goncalo Inacio, quoted at 60 million euros

It’s shaping up to be a busy transfer window for the likes of Liverpool and Man United, with a target particularly interesting to both clubs.

According to CaughtOffside sources close to the deal, in addition to the two Premier League giants, Newcastle United are also interested in Sporting’s excellent defender Goncalo Inacio.

Liverpool are in line for Goncalo Inacio

The 22-year-old is apparently keen to continue his career in the Premier League and with the Portuguese side only wanting €60m for the player’s services, all three of England’s top teams are likely to sign him . .

At present, Eddie Howe’s side could be said to be the front-runner project, with Arne Slot yet to take charge at Anfield and after a 4-0 drubbing at Crystal Palace, Erik ten Hag must know his future. it’s on the line at Old Trafford.

That defeat was actually United’s 13th in a disastrous Premier League season and is the most in a single campaign in the club’s history.

Goncalo Inacio could move to Liverpool
Goncalo Inacio is on the radar of Man United and Liverpool

Whatever excuses the Ten Hag wants to make about players not being available and the like, he’s still the man meant to motivate his remaining staff to get results.

When you play for a team like Man United, you simply cannot lose 13 games in a season, and if the Dutchman falls on the sword at the end of the campaign, the Red Devils will be at the start of a new regime. also – which could affect where Inacio sees himself in 2024/25.

However, CaughtOffside’s sources indicate that United and Liverpool in particular will return to the negotiating table this summer with the expectation of reaching a deal.

It’s no secret that both clubs are in need of reinforcements in that area of ​​the pitch, and given the constant injuries to Newcastle’s defenders, they too will want the chance to make their mark.

One thing seems certain and that is that Goncalo Inacio will have no shortage of admirers once the summer transfer window opens for business on July 1st.

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