Mitoma

Brighton won’t agree to a release clause in any prospective new deal, which poses a huge obstacle in Liverpool’s pursuit of star winger Kaoru Mitoma. According to a recent report from Football Insider, Mitoma and Brighton are confident about a potential agreement.

He is a key target for Premier League clubs because his current contract with Brighton expires in June 2025. Liverpool and other interested teams, though, have a problem because of Brighton’s adamant attitude on release terms. In spite of all the odds, the race for Mitoma’s signature gets more intense.

Mitoma blow to Liverpool

The most recent information obtained by Football Insider demonstrates Brighton’s unwavering opposition to buyout clauses, which is consistent with their prior transactions. Brighton’s shrewd negotiating skills are on display in Moises Caicedo’s £115 million move to Chelsea following a contract extension and Liverpool’s clever verbal deal for Alexis Mac Allister. The Seagulls prefer to avoid contractual pitfalls in order to highlight their clever player acquisition strategy and prudent financial management.

This season Kaoru Mitoma is shining brightly as he competes against players like Caicedo and Mac Allister. The Japanese sensation is making waves with three goals and four assists in just 10 games. With an amazing 10 goals and 8 assists in 41 appearances, he made a significant contribution to Brighton’s unprecedented sixth-place finish in the previous season. Mitoma is a growing figure who has made an enduring impact on Brighton’s football history.

Piero Hincapie new target for Liverpool

The fascinating turn in Liverpool’s search for defensive reinforcements comes from their interest in Piero Hincapie, a 21-year-old Bayer Leverkusen defender who was previously on Tottenham’s radar. Liverpool has shifted its attention from the midfield to bolstering their defense. This renewed interest was confirmed by Hincapie’s agent, Manuel Sierra, giving Liverpool’s summer transfer ambitions a new twist.

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Futbolsin Cassette was informed by Sierra that: “Liverpool was interested in him, but [in the summer] they chose to invest in the midfield. For January, they are talking like other clubs, it will not be less than €50 million.” an article from sportskeeda.com shared.

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