Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino has been linked with a move to Juventus in this summer transfer window as the Serie A giants eye his signature. According to recent reports in Italy, Juventus are considering a move for Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino following rumours of a possible new deal offer from Liverpool. Juventus are believed to have submitted a formal bid of €23m (19.5m PS) for signing him. Liverpool quickly turned down another offer for the 30-year-old but could consider cashing in if they get the right offer. Liverpool could work up the courage to ask Juventus for right-back Juan Cuadrado and funds to see if they need Firmino.

Of course, the arrival of Darwin Nunes will make up for that a bit, but Liverpool might be willing to do a deal with Juventus for Firmino if they manage to sign Federico Chiesa to replace him. If Firmino leaves Liverpool, he will be the fourth striker to leave the club this summer, after Takumi Minamino, Divock Origi and Sadio Mane.

Like Keita, Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino is entering the final year of his contract, and Liverpool risks losing the Brazilian on a free transfer next summer. Entering the last 12 months of Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino’s contract with Liverpool, the 30-year-old has been pushed by the arrivals of Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz and, most recently, Darwin Nunes on the prologue. Signed in the summer of 2015, Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino has proven to be club One of the savviest signings of the modern era and has been a mainstay of the team in recent hot spots. Firmino’s field quality is such that he can score goals and assist other attackers, which not many strikers consist of, due to which we can feel why Liverpool can wait for the correct bid to come in.

The Brazilian, who won the UEFA Champions League and Premier League with Liverpool ending their drought of these trophies, scored only five goals in 20 appearances last season. Since the Reds have started to invest in youngsters, the remaining players have their position at risk. Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunes both are gifted goal scorers, and with such a competition, it will be difficult for Firmino’s selection in Liverpool’s starting 11.

Liverpool, who lost the Premier League title by one point to Manchester City last season, will be looking for an act of revenge. At the end of the season, Liverpool looked like they would go on and win the quadruple (Carabao Cup, FA Cup, Premier League and UEFA Champions League), but the last two games changed the result, and they ended up with two trophies. In the Champions League final, Real Madrid kept their lead of 1-0 through a good performance display by their keeper Thibaut Courtois.