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Liverpool News: Aston Villa wants to sign Joe Gomez in the summer transfer window

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Liverpool News: Steven Gerrard will have to fight hard to persuade Liverpool defender Joe Gomez to join Aston Villa this summer.

Gerrard, a Liverpool veteran, wants to buy the 24-year-old defender, who has two years left on his contract. After only three Premier League starts for Liverpool this season, Gomez, who has 11 England caps, wants to play more.

He is, however, a member of Liverpool’s quadruple bid and is unlikely to leave Merseyside for a team like 15th-placed Villa, which does not guarantee European football.

After luring ex-teammate Philippe Coutinho on loan in January, Gerrard must now hope he can utilize his personality and Liverpool ties to persuade Gomez.

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Gerrard did not play competitively with Gomez. Gomez joined Liverpool from Charlton for £3.5 million a month after Gerrard left the club. Gerrard was a busy man in January, signing some big names.

Coutinho, Lucas Digne, Calum Chambers, Robin Olsen, and Kerr Smith were all warmly welcomed by the Villa fans. Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, the club’s ambitious billionaire owners, are expected to back him up for another spending spree this summer.

A summer window is always the more significant window out of the two,” Gerrard added. In the summer, recruitment is critical because I can see this team and squad progressing. We’re content with where things are now, but the future holds a lot of promise.

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“Obviously, there’s a summer window and a complete pre-season. We have eople who are already in the facility are even more used to us.” In the following months, I believe you’ll see significant progress.” Villa must decide whether to trigger a £33 million clause to make Coutinho’s loan permanent.

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Coutinho, 29, scored four goals in his first eight appearances after joining on loan from Barcelona in January. However, he has now gone five games without scoring, with Villa picking up only one point.

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The club is debating whether to pursue their option to sign him on a permanent basis in the summer, which would almost certainly necessitate him being the club’s highest-paid player.

But Gerrard is convinced that after receiving excellent reviews early in his Villa tenure, his former Liverpool team-mate will shine once again. “Phil will be alright,” he said. We can’t expect him to be man-of-the-match, inventive, and goal-scoring every time he takes the field.”

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“We’ll keep working with him and preparing him, and I’m confident it’ll only be a matter of time. Philippe Coutinho does not require my defense. He protects himself based on his current level. He has proven to be more than adequate during his time here.”

Liverpool News: Steven Gerrard will have to fight hard to persuade Liverpool defender Joe Gomez to join Aston Villa this summer.

Gerrard, a Liverpool veteran, wants to buy the 24-year-old defender, who has two years left on his contract. After only three Premier League starts for Liverpool this season, Gomez, who has 11 England caps, wants to play more.

He is, however, a member of Liverpool’s quadruple bid and is unlikely to leave Merseyside for a team like 15th-placed Villa, which does not guarantee European football.

After luring ex-teammate Philippe Coutinho on loan in January, Gerrard must now hope he can utilize his personality and Liverpool ties to persuade Gomez.

Liverpool News: Gerrard rates Gomez

Liverpool News: Aston Villa wants to sign Joe Gomez in the summer transfer window

READ MORE: Erik Ten Hag won’t care about individual reputations on his arrival

Gerrard did not play competitively with Gomez. Gomez joined Liverpool from Charlton for £3.5 million a month after Gerrard left the club. Gerrard was a busy man in January, signing some big names.

Coutinho, Lucas Digne, Calum Chambers, Robin Olsen, and Kerr Smith were all warmly welcomed by the Villa fans. Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, the club’s ambitious billionaire owners, are expected to back him up for another spending spree this summer.

A summer window is always the more significant window out of the two,” Gerrard added. In the summer, recruitment is critical because I can see this team and squad progressing. We’re content with where things are now, but the future holds a lot of promise.

“Obviously, there’s a summer window and a complete pre-season. We have eople who are already in the facility are even more used to us.” In the following months, I believe you’ll see significant progress.” Villa must decide whether to trigger a £33 million clause to make Coutinho’s loan permanent.

The enigma of Coutinho

READ MORE: Solskjaer’s captaincy pick for the club in the past is facing a battle to stay with the club

Coutinho, 29, scored four goals in his first eight appearances after joining on loan from Barcelona in January. However, he has now gone five games without scoring, with Villa picking up only one point.

The club is debating whether to pursue their option to sign him on a permanent basis in the summer, which would almost certainly necessitate him being the club’s highest-paid player.

But Gerrard is convinced that after receiving excellent reviews early in his Villa tenure, his former Liverpool team-mate will shine once again. “Phil will be alright,” he said. We can’t expect him to be man-of-the-match, inventive, and goal-scoring every time he takes the field.”

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“We’ll keep working with him and preparing him, and I’m confident it’ll only be a matter of time. Philippe Coutinho does not require my defense. He protects himself based on his current level. He has proven to be more than adequate during his time here.”

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Liverpool News: Steven Gerrard will have to fight hard to persuade Liverpool defender Joe Gomez to join Aston Villa this summer.

Gerrard, a Liverpool veteran, wants to buy the 24-year-old defender, who has two years left on his contract. After only three Premier League starts for Liverpool this season, Gomez, who has 11 England caps, wants to play more.

He is, however, a member of Liverpool’s quadruple bid and is unlikely to leave Merseyside for a team like 15th-placed Villa, which does not guarantee European football.

After luring ex-teammate Philippe Coutinho on loan in January, Gerrard must now hope he can utilize his personality and Liverpool ties to persuade Gomez.

Liverpool News: Gerrard rates Gomez

Liverpool News: Aston Villa wants to sign Joe Gomez in the summer transfer window

READ MORE: Erik Ten Hag won’t care about individual reputations on his arrival

Gerrard did not play competitively with Gomez. Gomez joined Liverpool from Charlton for £3.5 million a month after Gerrard left the club. Gerrard was a busy man in January, signing some big names.

Coutinho, Lucas Digne, Calum Chambers, Robin Olsen, and Kerr Smith were all warmly welcomed by the Villa fans. Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, the club’s ambitious billionaire owners, are expected to back him up for another spending spree this summer.

A summer window is always the more significant window out of the two,” Gerrard added. In the summer, recruitment is critical because I can see this team and squad progressing. We’re content with where things are now, but the future holds a lot of promise.

“Obviously, there’s a summer window and a complete pre-season. We have eople who are already in the facility are even more used to us.” In the following months, I believe you’ll see significant progress.” Villa must decide whether to trigger a £33 million clause to make Coutinho’s loan permanent.

The enigma of Coutinho

READ MORE: Solskjaer’s captaincy pick for the club in the past is facing a battle to stay with the club

Coutinho, 29, scored four goals in his first eight appearances after joining on loan from Barcelona in January. However, he has now gone five games without scoring, with Villa picking up only one point.

The club is debating whether to pursue their option to sign him on a permanent basis in the summer, which would almost certainly necessitate him being the club’s highest-paid player.

But Gerrard is convinced that after receiving excellent reviews early in his Villa tenure, his former Liverpool team-mate will shine once again. “Phil will be alright,” he said. We can’t expect him to be man-of-the-match, inventive, and goal-scoring every time he takes the field.”

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“We’ll keep working with him and preparing him, and I’m confident it’ll only be a matter of time. Philippe Coutinho does not require my defense. He protects himself based on his current level. He has proven to be more than adequate during his time here.”

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