After signing a “agency agreement,” Enzo Fernandez declares Liverpool to be a “Priority” – Latest LFC News
In a message that surfaced a few days ago, it was suggested once again that Enzo Fernandez could transfer to Liverpool. This message was prompted by the fact that there are just two days left until the Reds take on Man City in the Champions League Cup.
They say Liverpool is Enzo’s “preference”
Another positive word came out of Portugal on Tuesday, following a flurry of encouraging claims that Liverpool had a “tentative agreement” to sign Fernandez the previous week. These reports originated in Portugal and Argentina.
According to Ojogo, who has been a reliable source of information regarding Darwin Nunez’s move to Anfield and who stated the previous week that Liverpool had given a “promise to match” any other offers made by Fernandez, the 21-year-old has reportedly made a move to Liverpool with his “priority.”
They claim that this is because the Reds have already signed an agreement with his agent, and many other clubs from Spain, England, Italy, and France recently conducted enquiries, which allowed them to learn about Fernandez’s “preferences.”
In addition, the report states that Benfica has no intention of selling him during the month of January, and that the sum of his compensation would be 120 million euros.
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