Saul Niguez is offered on loan

Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez has been offered a handful of Premier League players on loan as his representatives continue to look for a way out of Wanda Metropolitano.

Saul has been told that he is free to leave the club this summer and had initially expected to join Barcelona, ​​who were working on a swap deal that would have seen Antoine Griezmann return to Atleti in exchange, but talks broke out and Saul is themselves in limbo.

Saul has presented to Atleti already this season / Quality Sport Images / Getty Images

A move to the Premier League seems to be Saul’s only option at this point, given the potential economy. Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United have all been linked with the 26-year-old, but so far no one has shown enough interest in a permanent deal.

With its options limited, The Telegraph notes that Saul has now been offered a loan, in the hope that his suitor would be happier by taking him temporarily.

It is not mentioned which specific sites have received that offer, but it is safe to say that the aforementioned trio will all have had a conversation with the rest of the Premier League elite, with Saul’s agents wanting to resolve his future as soon as possible. .

The response from the English side is also unclear, but this report, which mainly focuses on Chelsea’s transfer deals, states that the Blues will only sign a new midfielder this summer if an opportunity arises that they can not say no to.

Chelsea prioritized the £ 97.5m move for Romelu Lukaku and still retain an interest in Sevilla midfielder Jules Kounde, so they do not have exactly the kind of money needed to sign Saul permanently this summer.

The chance to borrow Saul on loan may well interest Liverpool, as AS not had a bid of 40 million euros prepared for the 26-year-old before the other English sides came in and complicated things.

Liverpool chase Saul / Catherine Ivill / Getty Images

90min understands that those in charge in Liverpool have warned Jurgen Klopp that he must sell players before he can buy new ones, so the chance to land Saul on the cheap may well be too good to forget.

As for United, a move for Saul seems somewhat unlikely as Paul Pogba will stay at Old Trafford for at least the next 12 months.

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