Liverpool news: Michael Edwards pursues £190m triple deal in crosshairs

The article discusses Liverpool’s recent appointment of Michael Edwards as the CEO of Football and their scouting trip to Portugal to assess potential summer transfer targets. Edwards is reportedly working on a recruitment plan for the team following the departure of manager Jurgen Klopp. Sporting boss Ruben Amorim is seen as the primary candidate to take over at Anfield, and Liverpool scouts were in attendance at a recent match, focusing on in-form striker Viktor Gyokeres, defender Goncalo Inacio, and midfielder Morten Hjulmand. Liverpool’s interest in these players could amount to a combined £190m, with Sporting likely to resist their departure, particularly if they also lose their highly-rated boss, Amorim.

The club is also considering other managerial options, but they may have room to maneuver in the transfer market with potential departures such as Thiago Alcantara and Joel Matip.

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