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Report: Top European Clubs Lining Up To Sign Roberto Firmino This Summer

Report: Top European Clubs Lining Up To Sign Roberto Firmino This Summer
Gary Connaughton
By Gary Connaughton
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Another staple of Liverpool's team under Jurgen Klopp will be leaving this summer, with it being announced that Roberto Firmino is set to depart the club at the end of the season.

The Brazilian was a hugely important part of their success in recent seasons, with his contributions quite often going under the radar. His work rate was remarkable, consistently putting in huge shifts in his role as a 'false nine' and allowing the likes of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah to prosper as goalscorers.

His departure will certainly mark the end of an era at Anfield, with Liverpool now looking to rebuild their team.

As for the player himself, it seems he will have no shortage of suitors in the off-season.

Top European clubs lining up to sign Roberto Firmino


Considering how much the 31-year old can contribute to a team, it is not surprising to hear that number of clubs are looking at offering him a contract in the months ahead.

Italian outlet Gazetta are reporting that Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Juventus, and Atletico Madrid are all interested in signing Roberto Firmino this summer.

It has been speculated for quite some time that Italy would be the player's next destination, although the interest from Spain is intriguing. Real Madrid are said to be interested in adding forward depth this summer, while he would also fit in well at Atletico under Diego Simeone.


Inter Milan and Juventus are also two excellent options, although the latter is unlikely to be able Champions League football next season due to their recent points deduction.

While Firmino is no longer at his peak, he still has a lot to offer over the next few years. Considering his game usually relied on his intelligent play, it is unlikely that we will see a major drop off over the next couple of seasons.

It will be interesting to see where he ends up.


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