Three exciting signings Jurgen Klopp is reported to have lined up after signing contract until 2026

Jurgen Klopp has signed a new contract with Liverpool until 2026 and it seems as though the German is cooking up something even more special than we’ve been treated to so far this season.

Life as a Liverpool fan right now is simply amazing.

The Reds are gunning for every major honour that’s available, Klopp has signed a new contract and it seems like nothing but good news is coming our way.

Liverpool celebration Luis Diaz, Andy Robertson, Mohamed Salah

With the boss set to stay for another four years, lets take a look at the signings he is rumoured to be lining up this summer.

Fabio Carvalho from Fulham for £5m

According to Fabrizio Romano and Football Insider, the Reds have already completed all the necessary formalities to sign Carvalho.

Fulham will receive £5m despite the player’s contract expiring at the end of this season as compensation for developing the young attacker.

This season, in all competitions, Carvalho has scored 10 goals and assisted another 7.

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 20: Fabio Carvalho of Fulham celebrates after scoring their team's second goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Fulham and Barnsley at Craven Cottage on November 20, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Jacques Feeney/Getty Images)

Klopp loves nurturing an attacking talent and he’s not had many younger or as talented as the 19-year-old so it will be thrilling to see how the Portuguese gets on at Anfield.

Darwin Nunez from Benfica for £66m

According to multiple sources, Liverpool have agreed on personal terms with Darwin Nunez before making an opening offer to Benfica.

While the value of the offer is unspecified, Benfica are reportedly demanding €78million (£66m) in order to release him this summer.

The 22-year-old has scored 33 goals this season and is one of the hottest attacking talents in Europe right now.

Darwin Nunez

We’ve seen what Klopp can do with strikers. From his protege, Robert Lewandowski, to Roberto Firmino to Diogo Jota to Sadio Mane, reborn as a false nine, he’s an incredible coach.

Nunez would be a monster under Klopp.

Aurelien Tchouameni from AS Monaco for £42million

According to Foot Mercato, Liverpool want to beat Real Madrid to Tchouameni as part of Klopp’s plans to reinforce his midfield ranks.

They claim that AS Monaco will demand €50million (£42m) to release the midfielder which isn’t a bad deal for a 22-year-old powerhouse that promises to be a top, top player.

This season, Tchouameni has taken his game to a whole new level and he’d be able to continue his meteoric rise by joining Klopp at Anfield.

It would mean Ibrahima Konate would have a French brother at Liverpool while also ensuring the Reds’ midfield is secure for several years to come.

Michael Mongie
Football Central Media Group founder, owner and editor.

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