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Liverpool have just strengthened important transfer contact before Michael Edwards and FSG move

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A second club would not only act as a valuable loan destination at a senior level for Liverpool’s own younger players, but a useful platform for its own players to earn potential future moves to Anfield.

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The City Football Group is one obvious example, with Manchester City reportedly set to sign Savio this summer following his sensational season with Girona in La Liga, helping them qualify for the Champions League.

Yet while the Spanish outfit are a sister club to Pep Guardiola’s men, the 20-year-old is only currently on loan with them from Troyes - another side from within their 12-club portfolio.

Meanwhile, with FSG boasting a strong relationship with the Red Bull group, they have seen with their own eyes the success of their own multi-club model over the years.

Liverpool have recruited five Red Bull alumni over the past eight years, first snapping up Sadio Mane from Southampton in a £34m deal in the summer of 2016 just two years after he had left Red Bull Salzburg behind.

Prior to the Reds’ activating his £60m release clause last summer, he had started his senior career with FC Liefering - Red Bull Salzburg's reserve club - in the Austrian second division in 2017.

The Hungarian then stepped up into the Salzburg first team in the top flight in the 2018/19 season, before earning a €20m move to RB Leipzig in January 2021.

Of course, such a relationship has not been one-way.

Current RB Leipzig goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi would join Red Bull Salzburg in 2013 when his Liverpool contract expired, while Andre Wisdom would spend the 2016/17 season on loan with the Austrians.

Meanwhile, Fabio Carvalho joined RB Leipzig on loan last summer, even if the switch did not work out as planned.

And with Reds assistant manager Pep Lijnders now confirmed as the new head coach of Red Bull Salzburg, it would be no surprise to see such relations strengthen even further in the future.

Yet having secured their return to the Champions League for next season, it is inevitable that such game time won’t be on offer to the same degree for Liverpool’s next generation in 2024/25, with loan moves arguably more prudent as a result.

While Salzburg will likely be able to offer Champions League football to any would-be Reds loanees, they are not the only club Liverpool boast a successful working relationship with after agreeing multiple previous deals.

Blackburn Rovers would return for Leighton Clarkson, Tyler Morton and Billy Koumetio in each of the last three seasons, following on from Harvey Elliott’s successful stint with the club in 2020/21, while Bolton Wanderers would land both Owen Beck and Calvin Ramsay off the back of Conor Bradley’s own success at the club.
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