RUNNING MACHINE: Liverpool ready to all-in transfer for Newcastle’s £100m-star Anthony Gordon and have key advantage to lure ex-Everton ace

Anthony Gordon’s future with Liverpool is allegedly up in the air.

With eleven goals and ten assists in his first full season with Newcastle United, Gordon has been a revelation.

This season, Anthony Gordon has been a standout for Newcastle.

It seems like Liverpool is taking notice of his impressive form.

The 23-year-old has been given his first two England games by Gareth Southgate as a reward for his outstanding performance this season.

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The likes of Liverpool, two powerhouses in the Premier League, have supposedly taken notice of his play.

An article in The Daily Star states that the Reds are interested in signing the Liverpool native as one of their first signings after Jurgen Klopp’s departure.

Supposedly, the Merseysiders will put Newcastle’s determination to retain the England international to the test.

Supposedly, a bid of £100 million would be required before the Magpies would even contemplate selling Gordon.

But Toon executives might start negotiating if they think they need to balance their accounts to stay out of legal hоt water with Financial Fair Play.

Newcastle acquired Gordon from Everton for over £45 million in January of last year.

The Kop club is reportedly going after Gordon because of his lifelong devotion to Liverpool, despite the fact that he worked his way up at Goodison Park.

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Rumоr has said that Liverpool wants to see how serious Newcastle is about keeping Anthony Gordon.

Although Gordon later apologized to Howe for his outburst, he was incensed after being substituted in last weekend’s 2-1 victory over Brentford for Newcastle.

“Some of me got why he did what he did,” Howe admitted.


Quote from the video: “I didn’t condone it – you don’t want to see any player react like that because, suԀԀenly, you have a team that looks like it doesn’t have the discipline that it needs.”

With only seconds left on the clock and Anthony down on the ground clutching his ankle, I made the decision to try to do what I thought was necessary to win the game.

He had to be okay with it and come to me privately if he was struggling. I thought he should have done this way given the circumstances.

Yes, he did acknowledge that he was being overly sentimental.

But it’s a young player who is still getting a feel for the sport and for who we are. To be honest, I don’t mind him.

On Wednesday, Newcastle will host Manchester United at Old Trafford in their return to action.