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Liverpool Set Their Asking Price For Neco Williams

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Liverpool Set Their Asking Price For Neco Williams

Liverpool have set the asking price for full-back Neco Williams, who is subject to interest from Nottingham Forest and Fulham.

The Welsh international’s future at Anfield has been thrown into doubt following the Reds’ acquisition of right-back Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen.

The Scotsman was signed last week for £6.5 million and is expected to deputise first-choice Trent Alexander-Arnold in this area.

As a result of this new recruit, the Merseyside club are willing to listen to offers for the highly in demand 22-year-old and the club value him at £15 million, according to The Telegraph.


Both Fulham and Nottingham Forest are said to be interested in signing Williams this summer.

Although both clubs have expressed interest in a loan move, Liverpool are only looking to sanction a permanent deal for the man deemed surplus to requirements at Anfield.


Williams spent the second half of the 2021/22 season on loan at Craven Cottage and thrived as Fulham were promoted back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

He made 15 appearances for the Cottagers across all competitions, scoring two goals.

This loan spell has ignited the newly promoted side’s interest in the player and they believe this may put them in a good place to win the race for Williams. 

However, Forest boss Steve Cooper, who sees the Welshman as a “key target”, has worked with the player previously.


The former Swansea boss spent three years in Liverpool’s academy system and knows Williams well from his time in the North West. 

Forest feel this could put them at an advantage over their top-flight rivals, as well as Cooper’s stellar reputation of developing young players.

Williams is on course to be included in Wales’ squad for the World Cup in Qatar this winter, but will be keen on getting regular game-time prior to the tournament to cement his place in the side.

Welsh boss Rob Page has warned his players that minutes on the page will play a significant role in his squad selection.


With game time at Anfield likely to be very restricted if he stays at Liverpool, expect imminent movements on this one.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Liverpool Transfer News & Rumours, Transfers, Liverpool

Alfie Culshaw
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