Liverpool told JUST £20MILLION could see them land top target Mario Gotze

first_img Mario Gotze has made just ten starts for Bayern Munich this season Bayern Munich have told Liverpool it will cost them £20million to land Mario Gotze this summer, according to reports in Germany.The German star, who scored the winning goal in the World Cup final two years ago, is expected to be on the move soon after falling down the pecking order at the Allianz Arena.Liverpool are keen on a deal for the attacking midfielder, with Jurgen Klopp a big fan of the player from his time in charge of Borussia Dortmund.Bayern are ready to sell and, according to Bild, they have now set an asking price of £20m for Gotze.Selling for that amount would cause the German champions to make a loss on the 23-year-old, who they purchased for £32m in 2013 from Dortmund. 1last_img read more

Related New winter routes from Oslo from Norwegian

first_img RelatedNew winter routes from Oslo from Norwegian AirNorwegian Air Shuttle has announced that it will be adding five new routes to its winter schedule next month.New Stockholm to Canary Island flights announcedNorwegian Air Shuttle is set to launch twice weekly cheap flights to the Canary Islands.Edinburgh Airport bucks Scottish trendFigures for January revealed 3.9 per cent passenger growth at Edinburgh, while Glasgow flight numbers dropped. France’s biggest airline is continuing to see success, particularly with passenger traffic to countries in Asia.Air France–KLM has released figures showing that across the board, traffic rose 3.2 per cent in March on the same month last year, while passenger numbers were up 0.2 per cent at 6.3 million.Asian countries proved particularly popular, with the carrier reporting that its Asia network’s traffic grew 6.9 per cent year-on-year.Meanwhile, passengers travelling with Air France on its new route from London Heathrow to Los Angeles will be able to keep up with current affairs while they travel. The airline says it has teamed up with the BBC to offer customers daily news bulletins at 30,000 feet.Air-France’s new transatlantic flight from the UK capital is its first under the new Open Skies agreement, which looks set to improve competition and offer more choice to passengers.Those jetting off to US destinations have already reaped some benefits from the weak dollar, which has seen a rise in travel from Europe to the States.Werner Claasen, a United Airlines spokesman in Frankfurt, told the DPA news service that Delta Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Berlin and KLM/Northwest have all seen ticket sales to the US increase in recent months. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more