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BREAKING: “We’re ready to sell FOUR Arsenal stars to raise money for Kylian Mbappe”- Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke reveals he’s ready to offload FOUR Arsenal players who are becoming a liability to the club in order to fund the transfer of Kylian Mbappe to Arsenal- Real Madrid have given up on the €180M-rated French star

BREAKING: “We’re ready to sell FOUR Arsenal stars to raise money for Kylian Mbappe”- Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke reveals he’s ready to offload FOUR Arsenal players who are becoming a liability to the club in order to fund the transfer of Kylian Mbappe to Arsenal- Real Madrid have given up on the €180M-rated French star

THE BREAKING NEWS: “To raise funds for Kylian Mbappe, we are prepared to sell FOUR players from Arsenal.”- In order to finance Kylian Mbappe’s signing, Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke reveals that he is prepared to sell FOUR players who are starting to become a liability to the team. Real Madrid has given up on the French superstar, who is valued at €180 million.

In order to pay for the transfer of a Liverpool supporter, Arsenal will sell four players while Real Madrid pursues Kylian Mbappé.

In order to finance the signing of a self-described Liverpool fan, Arsenal may sell four more players in January when Real Madrid submits a bid for Kylian Mbappé.

Liverpool plays again midweek, this time against Toulouse in the Europa League, following a disappointing Premier League matchup with Luton Town on November 5. If Jürgen Klopp’s team wins, they will guarantee themselves a spot in the knockout stages and continue playing in Europe past Christmas.

Moreover, it would enable Klopp to rest a greater number of his star players for the remaining two group-stage matches, since the matches against Union Saint-Gilloise and LASK are not that important overall.

Due to illness, hamstring and knee injuries, Ryan Gravenberch, Curtis Jones, and Virgil van Dijk are all out for Klopp’s team against the French.

Van Dijk is anticipated to make a comeback for the Brentford match, but it is unclear how Jones and Gravenberch will fare. Before the final international break of the year, Liverpool will host the Bees in the Premier League after tonight’s match against Toulouse.

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In the big league matchup with Manchester City on November 25, Klopp will want his team to be well-rested. Here, Liverpool.com looks at the other top teams in the Premier League and across Europe to find out what’s happening there.

Arsenal will offload four players.

Ivan Toney, a forward for Brentford, may require Arsenal to sell four players during the January transfer window.

In an attempt to sign Toney, who has admitted to being a Liverpool supporter in the past, players like Emile Smith Rowe, Thomas Partey, Aaron Ramsdale, and Eddie Nketiah may be sold during the winter transfer window, according to The Athletic.

Toney said on the Diary of a CEO podcast, “I’ve always been a Liverpool fan, but I like watching Arsenal and how they play.” “But yes, at my core, I’m a Liverpool fan and a boy.” As per the report, Toney is valued at $122 million (£100 million/€114 million) by Brentford.

Arsenal seems to be working hard during the winter transfer window, as evidenced by their decision to sell four players in order to sign one, according to Liverpool.com. Toney’s potential is also undeniable, but Brentford’s evaluation of him seems exaggerated, particularly in light of the player’s protracted suspension.

Real Madrid ‘gives up’ on Kylian Mbappé.

At this point, Real Madrid has been pursuing Kylian Mbappé for years, but the Spanish media claims that Los Blancos have finally given up. After years of pursuit, Madrid feels that Mbappé isn’t worth the financial strain because of his age (25 in December), salary, and signing-on demands, according to the Spanish publication Cadena Ser.

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Even if Mbappé departs Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer at the end of the season, Florentino Pérez seems to have finally conceded that his pursuit of him is futile. If not for Real Madrid, it’s unclear where Mbappé would end up.

The pool of teams Mbappé could sign for is depressingly small for a player of his immense talent, according to Liverpool.com. One would think that Madrid’s possible withdrawal from the Mbappé chase gives Liverpool an even better chance of signing him, but his wages and signing on fee would simply be too much for the club.

Even though the latest report suggests Real Madrid is worried about the economy (which cannot come as a surprise), Real Madrid is still his top choice.

 

 

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