Read Up “Celtic signed Legia Warsaw defender Maik Nawrocki for five years.” Poland born in Germany Subject to international clearance, Under-21 international Nawrocki has joined the Glasgow team. Last season, Nawrocki helped Legia win the Polish Cup by scoring the winning penalty kick in a shootout victory over Rakow Czestochowa.
The club’s manager, Brendan Rodgers, said on the club’s official website: “We’re thrilled to have welcomed Maik to the club and it’s another very positive acquisition for us.
He is a very talented young player who will make a wonderful addition to the team, according to us.
We are looking forward to working with him since I am quite familiar with him from watching him play for Legia Warsaw in the Europa League and am aware of his strong desire to join Celtic.
“Celtic are a famous club throughout the world and, of course, they’re very well-known in Poland, having had a number of Polish players in recent years,” said Nawrocki, a product of the youth program at German club Werder Bremen. “I know just how big this club is and how incredible the supporters are, and I can’t wait to play in front of the fans and experience that for myself.”
For Liverpool to have any chance of acquiring Romeo Lavia, they will need to agree to Southampton’s £50 million asking price.
The Saints have indicated that they would not accept the initial offer made by the Reds, which was for £35 million plus add-ons.
The south coast club has set his value at £50 million and is not willing to negotiate.
To get a deal done, Liverpool would want to aim a little lower than the asking price and make up the difference with performance-based add-ons. Alternatively, Liverpool might try to negotiate a lower basic salary for the player.
Yesterday, Lavia participated in a preseason friendly for Southampton, although it is widely believed that the player would welcome the opportunity to play for Liverpool after Saints were demoted from the Premier League.
Scott McTominay now carries a £40 million price tag according to Manchester United.
West Ham manager David Moyes is trying to replace Declan Rice after the latter made a £105 million transfer to Arsenal. The Scotland international is on West Ham’s want list as a potential replacement.
The Hammers have already made an initial bid to acquire McTominay, but the price that each club places on the player’s services is significantly different.