Tier 1 journalist Fabricio Romano has confirm via his personal Twitter. That Liverpool FC ready to sign Artu Melo on a permanent basis. Willing to reach an agreement as well.
The Brazilian moved from Juventus to Anfield on loan until the end of the season on the final day of the summer transfer window and was included as a substitute in Saturday’s draw with Everton.
As for Artu’s loan deal, there is an option to buy at €37.5 million, and Romano has informed Liverpool. That they are ready to negotiate a deal with Juventus.
“Liverpool will use the option to buy Arthur at a cost of €37.5 million, which is not compulsory.
“Arthur has reached an agreement on a permanent transfer. The transfer contract will take place in the future if Liverpool decide to use that option,” Romano said.
The Reds moved to strengthen their squad to increase their Artu options on the final day of the transfer window. By seizing the 26-year-old, who moved to the AXA Training Center on Thursday.
Arthur joined the club after two seasons at Juve. Where he made 63 appearances and scored one goal. After signing from Barcelona in September 2020.
“We talked a lot, our ideas and visions fit together very well. I’m sure it’s the right choice. i am very happy and very motivated to continue my dream on the field. and put all of himself into the Liverpool shirt.”