Liverpool ‘join Arsenal and Manchester United in race for Ryan Fraser as Premier League giants eye cut-price £30m deal’
- Liverpool have ‘joined Arsenal and Manchester United in race for Ryan Fraser’
- The Bournemouth winger is entering the final year of his contact at the club
- Fraser is expected to turn down fresh terms in favour of a £30m summer move
Liverpool are ready to join the race for Bournemouth’s in-demand winger Ryan Fraser.
The Reds are the latest top-six side to express an interest in Fraser, who is entering the last year of his contract at Bournemouth.
The Scotland international has been offered fresh terms but is expected to turn it down in favour of a summer move with several clubs interested following his sterling campaign.
Liverpool are ready to join the race for Bournemouth’s in-demand winger Ryan Fraser
Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea have all been linked with a move for Fraser this summer and according to The Sun, Liverpool are now also in line to try and sign the winger.
FRASER’S STATS FROM LAST SEASON
Liverpool and the aforementioned clubs are all considering taking advantage of Fraser’s contract situation with Bournemouth fearing they could lose him for free next summer if they don’t sell now.
The Cherries are understood to be holding out for a bid in the region of £30million but still hope they can agree a new deal with the player.
Arsenal and Manchester United currently lead the race to sign Fraser while any move from Chelsea will depend on whether or not their transfer ban is lifted.
The Sun, however, claim while Liverpool are monitoring his situation, they are more attracted by the prospect of signing the 25-year-old on a free transfer next summer.
Fraser enjoyed a sterling season last term and is entering last year of his Bournemouth deal
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