Wolves do not intend on allowing Ruben Neves to leave this month, according to reports in Portugal.

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There has been an update on the future of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, plus Liverpool continue to be linked with a move for Napoli forward Khvicha Kvaratskhelia as well as the future of Naby Keita.

Wolves do not intend on allowing Ruben Neves to leave this month, according to reports in Portugal.

There has been a suggestion in recent days that Liverpool could make a move to sign the midfielder as he enters the final 18 months of his contract at Molineux.

However, O Jogo, via Sport Witness, has claimed that Julen Lopetegui’s side does not intend on negotiating a deal that would see the former Porto midfielder leave the Midlands.

The PSG president and CEO, Nasser Al-Khelafi, did meet Mohamed Salah however, according to reports.

Liverpool are said to be one of the clubs in the hunt to sign Eintracht Frankfurt’s Jesper Lindstrom, according to Tipsbladet.

The attacking midfielder has caught the eye in his first year in the Bundesliga after signing from Brondby in 2021.

As per the report, the Reds aren’t alone in their supposed interest as Napoli are also said to be monitoring the 22-year-old.

The report goes on to mention his contract – which runs until 2026 – that could see the German side have the advantage when it comes to bargaining as they are expected to demand a ‘good amount’.

Well, that was a flurry of transfer rumours.

Fabrizio Romano says that Liverpool are ‘keen’ on Matheus Nunes and reports in Italy have said the Reds are ‘very interested’ in Giorgio Scalvini.

Liverpool are said to be “very interested” in 19-year-old Atalanta prospect Giorgio Scalvini.

There is a tussle amongst Serie A giants Juventus and Inter Milan as they have had various contact with the defender.

According to Italian outlet Calciomercato; Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid are among the interested parties.

Ally McCoist says that Liverpool haven’t coped with the exit of forward Sadio Mane and believes the injury to Virgil van Dijk in the Merseyside derby in October 2020 has hampered the defender from reaching his previous best.

The Reds’ woes worsened on Saturday as they endured a torrid trip to Brighton. Roberto De Zerbi’s team ran out 3-0 winners after three second-half goals saw Jurgen Klopp’s side succumb to one of their worst defeats under the German manager.

The defeat left Liverpool 10 points off the top four after Manchester United strengthened their grip with an impressive 2-1 win over rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford earlier in the day.

Former Chelsea striker Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink says Jurgen Klopp signed Cody Gakpo because he’s “better value for money”.

The Reds welcomed the talented Dutchman at the start of the January transfer window gazumping rivals Manchester United to the acquisition.

Chelsea signed Atletico Madrid playmaker Joao Felix on loan as he looked to move away from the Spanish capital.

Hasselbaink praised the business from Liverpool and has tipped Gakpo to succeed.

Concerns remain over the fitness of Darwin Nunez ahead of tonight’s FA Cup replay with Wolves.

The Uruguayan sat out of the defeat to Brighton with a hamstring injury as the Reds slumped to a 3-0 defeat after scoring against Julen Lopetegui’s side.

Liverpool missed his threat in behind as Jurgen Klopp’s side barely laid a glove on the hosts.

A place in the FA Cup Fourth Round is at stake.

Ray Parlour believes Liverpool will likely go for Declan Rice or Jude Bellingham as they look to transform their midfield.

The department has come under scrutiny in recent weeks as the Reds have been overran in the middle of the pitch leading to their poor defensive form.

Brighton capitalised on their woes and inflicted further misery as they slip down the Premier League table.

John McGinn has been previously linked with a move to Anfield but the focus of Jurgen Klopp’s side appears to be on Jude Bellingham.

And the former Arsenal midfielder has advised the Reds against pursuing the Villa midfielder.

Arsenal have made Declan Rice their ‘top target’ this summer, according to The Times.

The West Ham midfielder has been touted with a move to Liverpool in recent months as their search for a midfielder continues.

But now, the Premier League league leaders have set the target to beat Chelsea to the England midfielders signature this weekend.

Liverpool remain focused on Jude Bellingham with Matheus Nunes also among the targets but Arsenal’s pursuit of Rice may scupper any hopes of targeting him.

Liverpool have an immediate chance to bounce back on Tuesday when they head to Wolves for a FA Cup third-round replay.

The teams played out a 2-2 draw at Anfield earlier this month. Wolves took the lead through Goncalo Guedes after an Alisson Becker mistake and then earned a replay when Hwang Hee-Chan scored to cancel out strikes from Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez for the Reds.

And Julen Lopetegui’s side thought they had won it late on when Toti backheeled the ball into the Liverpool net. However, the goal was controversially ruled out for offside, meaning the teams will go again at Molineux. The reward for the winners will be a trip to league rivals Brighton.

But for now, here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s replay.

The game between Wolves and Liverpool at Molineux will kick off at 7:45pm UK time.

Yes, the game will be shown live on BBC One in the UK and also on BBC iPlayer for supporters wanting to watch it while on the go. The BBC Sport app will also be showing the match live for any mobile phone users. The programme begins at 7:30pm UK time.

Liverpool were among the clubs to be offered Villarreal attacker Arnaut Danjuma but the Spanish side are yet to receive any approach from the Reds, according to a report.

As per Relevo, as well as Jurgen Klopp’s side, Spurs were also offered the services of the 25-year-old but they only received bids from Everton and Bournemouth.

Liverpool have been previously linked with the Dutchman and caught a glimpse of him during their run to the Champions League final but he missed the second leg through injury.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has provided a positive update on Diogo Jota.

The Portuguese forward has been sidelined since suffering an injury against Manchester City during the Reds’ 1-0 win.

As a result, he missed the World Cup and an important stage of the campaign where the lack of attacking options has been severely felt.

Glen Johnson has heaped praise on Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez.

The Reds striker missed the defeat to Brighton through injury but it has been said that the Uruguayan is close to returning.

He has faced criticism this season for some of his performances however, he has 10 goals in all competitions and has been a constant threat during his outings.

Paris Saint-Germain owners Qatar Sports Investments won’t be able to make a full takeover play for Liverpool despite QSI’s chief alleged ‘meeting’ with Mohamed Salah at a London restaurant.

Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), a subsidiary of Qatar Investment Authority, the sovereign wealth fund of the Middle Eastern nation, are on the lookout to expand their portfolio in 2023. They have been linked with both Liverpool and Manchester United after it emerged – as first reported by CBS Sports – that QSI chairman, and president and CEO of PSG, Nasser Al Khelaifi, had met with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy in London earlier this month.

A Bloomberg report last week suggested that both Liverpool and United were in the sights of QSI when it came to investment, with even the potential for a full takeover mooted in the report.

However, The Times and CBS Sports both reported that there had been no talks held with either clubs, with ECHO sources in the US corroborating that information. While QSI could take a minority stake that held no decisive influence in a team like Liverpool, there would be no chance of a QSI takeover of a major Premier League club unless they dumped their controlling interest in PSG, something that was reported not to be on the agenda for QSI.

QSI could, however, purchase a minority stake in Liverpool that would provide FSG with the kind of capital that they were seeking and give QSI a road to a takeover in time by accreting that stake into a full shareholding at a time when they divest any control that they held at PSG. It is at this stage, a purely hypothetical situation as such a play would depend on numerous factors.

QSI are preparing themselves for an ambitious next 12 months and investment into the Premier League forms part of that thinking. But any stake that they held could not be a controlling one, nor could they have any meaningful representation at board level given the very obvious conflict of interest that would arise from having influence over two major European teams that could meet with regularity in the Champions League.

After losing out on Mykhaylo Mudryk, Arsenal have reportedly joined the race to sign Khvicha Kvaratskhelia.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia has become the latest breakout start from Serie A side Napoli and has already courted interest around Europe as well as links to Liverpool.

According to 90min, the Gunners have cast their net towards the Georgian but face competition to sign him.


In recent weeks, the Reds have been linked with the attacker that caused them problems during the Champions League Group Stage.

Italian outlet Calciomercato claimed Liverpool are interested, last month, but Napoli ‘has a plan’ for the threatening attacker.

Manchester United are said to be interested in Southampton defender Kyle Walker-Peters but Liverpool have also been mooted.

That is according to El Nacional which states that Erik ten Hag has his eye on the Saints full-back but ‘Big Six’ clubs such as the Reds and Chelsea are also interested.

The report claims that he could leave St Mary’s for €48m (£42.5m).

The latest report from Germany as Jurgen Klopp is to remain in the post but there may be no further additions this month.

Meanwhile, “100 per cent focus” is on Jude Bellingham.

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