Liverpool resurrect their interest in Virgil van Dijk


At one stage Chelsea looked to have jumped ahead of Liverpool in the race to sign van Dijk with a £60million bid.

According to an exclusive report covered by the Sun, the Dutch center half is ready to secure his move to Liveprool by handing in a transfer request to leave the Saints this summer. The Anfield club were forced into a humiliating apology and said their interest in the player was over, but no further action was taken by the Premier League.

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However, Saints will not be willing to let him go easily, as he was arguably the best defender in the Premier League last term before he picked up an injury that ruled him out from January to the end of the season.

Despite Wenger wanting Sanchez to see out the remainder of his contract at Arsenal, with European giants prepared to pay upwards of £50m for the 28-year-old, who scored 30 goals for Arsenal last season, a move may still be sanctioned.

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However, the Daily Express says Liverpool could face competition from Arsenal for van Dijk's signature.

Prior to stepping on their toes with the Van Dijk situation, the two clubs have done plenty of business in recent years with Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana and Sadio Mane just a few of the names to swap St. Mary's for Anfield.

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Arsenal have bolstered their squad significantly this summer with the additions of Sead Kolasinac and Alexandre Lacazette but Arsene Wenger continues to eye new signings for his side.