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Liverpool "first team in line" for Newcastle United target

Liverpool "first team in line" for Newcastle United target

Valencia goalkeeper and Euro 2024 breakthrough star, Giorgi Marmardashvili, looked to be in line to join Newcastle, but it now looks Liverpool are the front-runners to land him.

Liverpool "first team in line" for Newcastle United target

The Reds are the "first team in line" to sign the 23-year-old, according to SportsWitness.

The Georgian helped his country advance to the round of 16 and secure a historic victory and clean sheet against an ineffective Portugal.

Marmardashvili's performances at the Euros are thought to have put an end to the Magpies' first €25 million proposal, but his value is yet to be confirmed by Valencia.

It's no secret that Newcastle, who previously attempted to recruit Burnley's James Trafford, has been strongly searching for a new keeper to join their roster.

It seems that they are now out of the running to sign the Burnley keeper after many bids were turned down and are now turning their attention to the Georgian shot-stopper.

The Reds join the race

It has been reported that Saudi Arabia has once again taken an interest in Alisson Becker, this is more likely a move to bring in a new backup custodian, as doubts over Caoimhin Kelleher's future continue to mount.

As previously said, Arne Slot is anticipated to wrap up his business after Euro 2024, but Liverpool has not yet taken anything.

However, it has been reported that the Valencia star is open to joining a side in the Premier League this summer.

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From a personal standpoint, I would love to sign Giorgi because it would be advantageous for both Liverpool and Kelleher, who potentially has the opportunity to play first team football somewhere, rather than as a means of undermining the Magpies.

The Georgian has shown promise as well, leading me to think he would be a good addition. Although if a bidding war breaks out between many teams, it could be worthwhile to attempt James Trafford as an option, as Newcastle did previously.

The Englishman, despite the Clarets' overall dismal season, has shown his quality belongs in the Premier League.

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