Liverpool’s Netherlands national team defender Virgil van Dijk Secretly taunted to rival club Manchester United about the transfer of his teammate, national team striker Cody Kakpo.
Virgil van Dijk secretlytaunts Manchester United , hinting That they have little chance of signing Cody Kakpo if the PSV Eindhoven strikerchooses to leave the UFABET club. by the defender of Liverpool , asking questions in the manner that the Red Devils army Good enough to sign his national teammates? Amid the interest from the giants of the Premier League stage in this young Dutch national team striker
Kakpo has attracted interest from some of Europe’s top teams amid a fine performance against PSV. And has continued his good form in the World Cup, scoring three goals in four games for the Netherlands so far. Causing the value of the versatile striker to skyrocket over the past 10 days and amid reports of interest from Real Madrid in the striker’s tandem with Manchester United, The Express recently revealed Van’s words. Dijk insists Kakpo is ready for the next step for him. But don’t forget to sneak up on his rival club, with Van Dijk believing that Manchester United will have little chance of competing for Kakpo’s signature if Europe’s top teams enter the competition.
“Manchester United and Real Madrid are on the same level?” asked Van Dijk. “Not disrespectful, not at all. I feel like it can happen for sure. Whether it’s winter, summer or next year, time will tell . very talented And of course there’s more to him. We are very pleased that he is doing well for us. May it continue as long as you can.”
Manchester United made their first offer for the Kakpo last summer. But the transfer failed, leaving the 23-year-old feeling quite disappointed. But interest from Manchester United United didn’t drop. And the Red Devils are leading the race to complete the signing of the PSV player. Maybe at the earliest in January, Real Madrid could be another option. But it seems that the sky has already determined that he will have to move to a top European club sooner or later. He is Holland’s star player in Qatar. And will be aiming to help his team qualify when they face Argentina in the quarter-finals of the tournament.
Meanwhile, Van Dijk ‘s Liverpool are facing an uncertain future after John W Henry ‘s decision to sell the club. The 31-year-old defender addressed the future of FSG ‘s likely departure: “I have full confidence in Liverpool that they will be OK,” he added. “We are a very stable club. One of the biggest clubs in the world And will continue to be.” “Anyone who fills those roles They will do very well. I’m aware of everything that’s going on ′ ′ Do I take it and do something with it now? I don’t think so Because I’m fully focused on the World Cup. But hopefully things will be cleared up and clearer when I go back. At this point, I’m definitely not thinking about it.