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Thiago Agrees Four-Year Deal With Liverpool Ahead Of Move

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Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara has agreed on personal terms with Liverpool ahead of his summer move, according to reports.

Thiago is on the verge of moving to Anfield following constant interest from Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

According to football journalist Mohamed Bouhafsi, Thiago has agreed to a four-year deal with the club’s representatives.

The news marks a big step in Liverpool’s pursuit of the Spaniard after Thiago said goodbye to his Bayern teammates yesterday.

Thiago has reportedly found a house in England already. All that must be agreed now is the transfer fee.

Klopp is hoping that Thiago will provide his side with more creativity in midfield whilst playing alongside Fabinho and Jordan Henderson.

The 29-year-old is currently seen as one of the best midfielders in the world. He could still win the Champions League with Bayern this season following their thrashing of Barcelona in the quarter-finals.

Thiago has played for Barca and Bayern during his hugely successful career. So far he’s won seven Bundesliga titles and two La Liga titles.

He’s also represented Spain on the international stage, registering 37 caps and two goals.

Thiago will potentially provide Liverpool with an answer to Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgian playmaker beat Henderson to the Premier League Player of the Season award earlier today.

Liverpool have been fairly subtle so far this transfer window. They recently signed Kostas Tsimikas from Olympiacos for a reported £11.75 million fee.

Tsimikas will provide cover for first choice left-back Andy Robertson during Liverpool’s busy 2020/21 season.

The club will be aiming to defend their Premier League title from rivals Man City and Chelsea. They will also target the Champions League trophy which they most recently won in the 2018/19 season.

The signing of Thiago from Bayern will demonstrate Klopp’s intent going forward. He wants Liverpool to keep up with their big spending European rivals, including the likes of PSG, Bayern and Real Madrid.

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Chelsea Preparing €100m To Sign Paulo Dybala From Juventus

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According to exclusive news available to KubiLive, yet to renew at Juventus, Paulo Dybala’s future seems uncertain.

Todofichajes reports Chelsea are working to convince the playmaker to join the Premier League club and are prepared to offer up to £90.9million (€100m) for the Argentina international.

The Argentinan striker has played 7 seasons, 244 matches and scored 95 goals.

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‘Buhari, The Biggest Criminal In Africa’ : Imam Of Peace

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Imam of Peace has reacted to the ongoing menace in Nigeria following the SARS brutality against the innocent youth in the country.

The cleric has condemned Buhari for turning a blind eye to the Lekki Toll Gate Shooting which was seen by several people around the world.

On Thursday, he greeted all Nigerians but not the President labelling him as the ‘Biggest Criminal In Africa’

He wrote,

“GOOD MORNING TO EVERYONE EXCEPT BUHARI THE BIGGEST CRIMINAL IN AFRICA. #ENDSARS

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Ghana Election 2020: IMF Have Been Scammed By The Finance Minister : John Mahama

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The Presidential Candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC)John Mahama says IMF has allowed themselves to be scammed by the Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta for cooking books presented to them.

According to the NDC flagbearer, IMF has been hypocritical in dealing with the Finance Minister and he has used the same methodology to fool all international agencies.

“The IMF has been a bit hypocritical in all these issues, we complained that the finance minister was cooking the books and that and he was not including big-ticket expenditure to the data. He used that to fool all the international agencies, he used that to fool the IMF, he used to fool fitch, he used that to fool the economic intelligence unit that they were better managers of the economy and but that is not true,” John Mahama revealed in an interview XYZ in an interview Friday.

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