Liverpool has rejected Juventus’ €22.5 million bid for Roberto Firmino, according to Corriere Dello Sport.
The Reds are currently “putting up a wall” to prevent the Brazilian forward from leaving Anfield this summer, despite reports that he was in advanced negotiations to join The Old Lady.
With only one year remaining on his contract with Klopp’s team, Firmino is regarded as one of the club’s most crucial players in the previous ten years by both the supporters and the coaching staff.
Firmino has played for the Reds 327 times since joining Liverpool in 2015, making 98 goals and 67 assists across all competitions. He has played more than any other player under Jurgen Klopp.
The Brazilian is still anticipated to participate in this campaign despite trailing newcomers Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota in the hierarchy of importance.
This might entail coaching young athletes, participating in cup games, and coming off the bench in the Premier League.