Thiago ‘has already found his house in Liverpool after agreeing four-year deal to join the Premier League champions’… but the Reds are yet to agree on a fee with Bayern Munich
- Bayern Munich star Thiago has already found a house in Liverpool to move into
- The report states that the Spain international has already agreed a four-year deal
- Thiago has told his Bayern Munich team-mates that he is going to join the Reds
- But the clubs are yet to agree a fee with Bayern Munich for the midfielder
The report states that the Spain international has already agreed a four-year contract to join the Premier League champions this summer.
Thiago has told his Bayern Munich team-mates that he is going to join Jurgen Klopp’s side after their Champions League campaign finishes.
Bayern Munich superstar Thiago has reportedly found a house in Liverpool to move into
But the clubs are yet to agree a fee with the Bundesliga champions for the midfielder as they are asking for a fee between £25million and £30m.
The player himself has held ambitions to play in the Premier League, and is said to be hopeful a move to Anfield can be completed.
Manchester City have also been linked with the player but Sportsmail understands there is no interest.
Thiago has told Bayern that he wishes to leave this summer to join Jurgen Klopp’s team
Thiago is vastly experienced and has won seven league titles with Bayern to add to the two he won with Barcelona.
A superb passer, Thiago is a highly creative player and can also operate slightly deeper in midfield if required.
As previously reported, Liverpool are only looking to pay over the £20m mark to make a possible deal happen, with the player turning 30 in April next year and entering the twilight of his career.
Thiago has told his Bayern Munich team-mates that he is going to join the Premier League side
The Reds have seen their spending finances badly hampered by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and had to pull out of a move for German striker Timo Werner as a result.
Liverpool have already made one signing this summer, though, bringing in left back Kostas Tsimikas to provide cover for Andy Robertson.
Last summer Klopp’s side didn’t bring in a single experienced outfield player, although they did sign Takumi Minamino in January.