Monaco and Liverpool agree to transfer Minamino for 15 million euros
British reports revealed that Liverpool had agreed to sell the team’s Japanese player, Takumi Minamino, to the ranks of French Monaco during the current summer transfers, in one of the Reds’ surprises to be announced in the coming hours.
And according to the British “Sky Sports” network, Liverpool FC have agreed to sell Takumi Minamino for an initial fee of 12.9 million pounds (15 million euros), in addition to another 2.6 million pounds (3 million euros) in additions.
Minamino played 55 games with Liverpool, scoring 14 goals and contributing 3 assists, and was able to get the English Premier League, League Cup and FA Cup, in which he played a decisive role.
Sky explained that Minamino agreed to personal terms with Monaco, but that the medical examination was postponed until the player returned from his country, Japan, where he is spending his summer vacation.
The report indicated that Liverpool is ready to allow the Japanese international to leave this summer, amid strong interest from Leeds United, Southampton, Wolverhampton and Fulham clubs from the English Premier League, in addition to the French Monaco.
She indicated that Yosuke Akiyama, Minamino’s agent, is currently in Europe to hold meetings with these clubs, as he is looking forward to ending his client’s new deal at the earliest opportunity.
While Southampton also aims to return Minamino to St. Mary’s after playing with them on loan during the second half of the 2021-22 season, there is interest from Wolverhampton and newly promoted Fulham, and the Japanese played 24 games in the final season, and scored 10 goals with the Reds.