Southampton have slapped a £75m price-tag on Virgil van Dijk [Echo], but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reckons he can get the Dutchman for £30m less, according to the Express...
Liverpool's interest in him is nothing new, although given that they were forced to publicly apologise to Southampton after their approach for the Dutch worldwide previously which resulted in the Saints lodging a formal complaint against them with the Premier League, it looked as though the pursuit was over.
Arsenal have already boost their backline adding Sead Kolasinic, while Alexandre Lacazette has joined from Lyon.
The Liverpool EchoCeltic are hopeful Van Dijk seals his move to Liverpool so they can claim a chunk of the rumoured £75m figure said to be required for the former Groningen man to leave St Mary's this summer.
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