Liverpool allow Lucas Leiva to hold Lazio talks – sources
Shaka Hislop says that Liverpool still need to address numerous positions in the transfer window to successfully handle Champions League and the winter fixture congestion.
ESPN’s Liverpool correspondent Glenn Price feels the club must add strength in depth to compete for the title next season.
LIVERPOOL — Liverpool have accepted a £5 million bid from Lazio for Lucas Leiva, sources have told ESPN FC.
Lucas has been permission given to travel and discuss personal terms with the Serie A side and undergo a medical ahead of a possible move to Italy.
The versatile midfielder is in the final 12 months of his Liverpool current and has faced an uncertain future after Jurgen Klopp admitted in May that he had “no idea” whether Lucas had played his last game for Liverpool.
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