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Liverpool among six teams 'sounding out Neymar' ahead of January transfer windowLiverpool are amongst six teams reportedly keeping tabs on Neymar and regularly sounding out his agent over the prospect of a transfer move. According to a report from Le Parisien , top clubs including the Reds are actively monitoring Neymar and team-mate Kylian Mbappe and keeping in touch with their entourages. Premier League rivals Chelsea and Manchester City are also named, along with Real Madrid , Barcelona and Juventus . Both Neymar and Mbappe have fuelled transfer rumours in recent months and been linked with Paris Saint-Germain exits. Moves to La Liga with either Real Madrid or Barcelona have appeared mo

st likely, but Premier League clubs are now preparing to swoop if the situation advances. Liverpool are said to be keeping tabs on Neymar and sounding him out (Image: Getty Images) Rea

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ntly ruled out the chances of signing the French w红马时时彩预测软件 onderkid. OK, from a sporting point of view, there are not a lot of reasons to not sign Mbappe, what a player he is,” Klopp said. “But it is about the money of course. No chance. Absolutely no chance, sorry for killing that story. Li

verpool have also been linked with Kylian Mbappe despite Klopp ruling out that mo

ve (Image: AFP/Getty) I dont think there is a club in the world that can buy Kylian Mbappe from PSG. And we are invo

lved in that too. We cannot do it, it is as easy as that. We have nothing (more) to say about it to be honest, but [buying] this calibre of player is difficult. But Neymars ongoing desire to leave the French capital could see him emerge as an

alternative target, with a possibility of a chance to head to the Premier League. Read MoreMirror Footballs Top StoriesTransfer News LIVESolskjaer confirms Sanchez u-turnKlopp to avoid FA Cup backlashFA Cup fifth round draw in full They would face competition from nearby should they opt to try and s

ign either player, with title rivals Manchester City ready to splash the cash again after their recent slump. Chelsea are also a team on the rise and with money to burn after thei

r transfer ban was lifted in time for the January window.