Your morning digest for Saturday, November 27
Liverpool land £35m transfer bonus as Erling Haaland plan changes
The financial ramifications of this year's Champions League could present one or two opportunities in the transfer market.
Liverpool have already qualified for the knockout stages of the competition and have banked £11.5m in the process.
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Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig, however, are among the clubs that have already been eliminated with a game to spare.
Only £20.2m is up for grabs should they go all the way in Europe's secondary competition and either club could find their hand compromised when it comes to the transfer market.
Erling Haaland and Jude Bellingham have both been linked with moves to England, while Leipzig's Dani Olmo is a rumoured target for Liverpool.
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Amazon's first Premier League matches will be all 10 fixtures across Matchday 14 between Tuesday, November 30, and Thursday December 2.
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Gini Wijnaldum 'looking at' Premier League return just months after Liverpool exit
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum could be set to return to the Premier League just six months after signing for Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.
The Dutchman has failed to nail down a regular place under Mauricio Pochettino and he's reportedly becoming frustrated with the lack of game time.
According to TeamTalk, Wijnaldum’s representatives have 'already looked at potential options' and a return to England could be on the cards.
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