Liverpool transfer news: Domagoj Vida could leave Besiktas for Merseyside (Image: GETTY) Liverpool have been tipped to sign Vida from Besiktas after the Croatia international enjoyed a fine World Cup campaign. The 29-year-old is wanted to provide some steel at the back with Jurgen Klopp fearing injuries may again hamper Joel Matip. Liverpool , as well as Everton and Barcelona, are frontrunners in the race to sign the Croatia star. And the player’s agent, Ugur Avadan, has admitted the Reds and Everton have both made offers for his client. However, Barcelona have dropped their interest with the La Liga giants instead choosing to strengthen their attack in the form of Malcom, who signed from Bordeaux. Liverpool transfer news: Most likely ins and outs according to bookies Which players are Liverpool most likely to sell and sign this summer, according to 888sport? Speaking on Radyospor, Avadan said: “It is normal for there to be interest what is important is that the offers satisfy Besiktas and then Vida. “Liverpool and Everton are huge clubs that have made offers. “Barcelona scouted Vida and had him on their shortlist but I do not see a move there happening. “Atletico Madrid and Sevilla are also interested from Spain.” Earlier today, a Turkish newspaper claimed Liverpool had reached an agreement with Besiktas for Vida. Liverpool transfer news: Jurgen Klopp may land Domagoj Vida ahead of Everton (Image: GETTY) However, it appears they still have work to do to complete a transfer.
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Speaking by phone to the Turkish leader on Wednesday, Mrs Merkel agreed on a meeting between both countries’ finance minister over the following days. Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg, argued the meeting between the two finance ministers will be a double-edged sword for Turkey. He said Germany’s Olaf Scholz will likely tell his Turkish counterpart that any kind of support from Berlin will require “a shift to a credible monetary policy that’s independent, with higher interest rates”. ‘Step in the WRONG direction’ US condemns Turkey for DOUBLING tariffs He said: “Any help that Germany could give right now would be small compared to the problems at hand.” The German Chancellor has also doubled down by offering a possible state visit of Mr Erdogan in Germany on September 28. Despite Berlin not yet offering any financial aid, its support alone could still help the Lira to recovery from the record nosedive experienced in the past two weeks. Mrs Merkel said earlier this week: “No one has an interest in the economic destabilisation of Turkey.” According to a person familiar with Mrs Merkel’s thinking who asked not to be named, Germany can’t allow Turkey to descend into chaos, Bloomberg reported. Angela Merkel offer her help to Turkey’s president Recep Tayyp Erdogan amid the lira crisis (Image: GETTY) One of the main reasons of this new opening to Turkey can be found in Berlin’s fear a collapse of Ankara would raise the number of refugees arrivals in Europe, Bloomberg experts added. In July 2018, Turkey was hosting 3.9 million refugees, 3.5 million of which were from Syria, according to figures shared by the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR. Turkey is also in the top 20 German exports markets, ahead of Japan and many European Union countries. Mrs Merkel’s opening to Turkey comes after a spat from Mr Erdogan. In 2017, he likened German authorities to Nazi soldiers for blocking rallies by Turkish voters campaigning for a referendum to expand his powers. The Turkish lira collapsed earlier in August (Image: GETTY) And in 2016, after the failed coup, Mr Erdogan detained a German journalist – freed earlier this year. Volker Kauder, who heads Merkel’s party caucus in the German parliament, explained the Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung newspaper these offences haven’t been forgotten. He said: “We’re facing big foreign-policy challenges at this time.
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