Done Deal: Liverpool agree £2m transfer fee to sell Lucas Leiva

By | July 23, 2016

Premier League giants Liverpool have reportedly agreed to sell their long-serving midfielder Lucas Leiva to Turkish giants Galatasaray for £2 million.

As Per Sporx, the offer was made by Turkish giants on Wednesday and deal seems to be on the cards as both sides are ready to seal the deal.

Liverpool are not particular convinced on the veracity of this rumour – but it is believed that the deal is on the cards.

There have been constant talks all summer about Lucas’ future, and with the possible arrival of Wijnaldum, it is believed that Jurgen Klopp is keen on to sell him.

Meanwhile, Serie A champions Juventus have joined the race for Liverpool long-term target and Euro 2016 hero Moussa Sissoko.

France international man has made no secret of his desire to leave St James Park in the summer due to their relegation from the English top tier, and he revealed earlier this week that his priority would be to remain in the Premier League, that gives Liverpool an advantage to Juve. However, Italian side could offer Frenchman Champions League.

Some clubs at home and abroad have been linked with the attacking midfielder, but Liverpool and Juventus are front-runners for the France international star.

Sissoko impressed during his Euro 2016 run in France as he was one of the best performers in Didier Deschamps squad.