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Newcastle has made an approach to Solanke – Liverpool smile

Newcastle has made an approach to Solanke – Liverpool smiles and waits to decide on percentage.

Newcastle United made a move in the transfer market by making their first offer to approach Dominic Solanke. The Bournemouth striker. At this time, Liverpool were smiling and cheering for the transfer to happen. To receive a large share of the fee.

That Newcastle United have made some moves in the player market. By making the first offer to approach Dominic Solanke, the Bournemouth striker. At this time Liverpool were smiling and cheering for the transfer to happen. To receive emphasis in the share of the fee. Which is said to be as high as 20%.

Solanke is in the best form of his career. In the first half of the past season, scoring 12 goals in the Premier League, ranking 2nd in the goalscoring charts. Behind only Erling Braut Haaland and Mohamed Salah, 2 goals. only

The England striker’s good performance in 1 match caught the eyes of many teams looking for a new striker, and recently state. That Newcastle had made their first offer to Bournemouth for consideration. already with an undisclosed amount

However, Newcastle will not able to get Solanke easily.

When, aside from Bournemouth, they want the maximum amount of money they can ask for. They are also having a hard time letting players go this month. From the loss of 2 strikers in the team, Danko Ottara and Antoine Semenyo, to serve their country in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.

In this case, Solanke’s former club, Liverpool, would probably prefer to see the player leave the Vitality Stadium rather than stay. When it was revealed that. When they agreed to sell the 26-year-old striker to Bournemouth for £19m in 2019, they included an option to take a percentage of the fee on the player’s next move. too

That no matter how much Bournemouth sells Solanki for, must share the percentage with the Reds, up to 20% together

Although it is still unclear about the actual transfer fee. But it is estimated that if Solanke moves for around 40 million pounds, Liverpool will receive a modest 8 million pounds.