Liverpool Lose Out as Dortmund Sign Henrikh Mkhitaryan for £21.5million: Nightly Soccer Report
Liverpool Football Club have lost out on the signing of Henrikh Mkhitaryan after the Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder has signed for Borussia Dortmund for a transfer fee of £21.5million, according to the BBC.
Brendan Rodgers has already signed Iago Aspas, Kolo Toure and Simon Mignolet this summer, but it’s no secret that Liverpool were chasing Mkhitaryan for his signature. The fact that Dortmund are in the Champions League may have been a major reason why the Armenian signed for the Bundesliga club instead.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Liverpool lose out as Borussia Dortmund sign Henrikh Mkhitaryan for £21.5million — BBC Sport
- Paul Gascoigne arrested over ‘drunken attack on ex-wife and security guard’ — The Mirror
- Ashley Young, Chris Smalling and Nani doubts for Manchester United pre-season tour — Sky Sports
- Swansea improve Wilfried Bony bid — The Mirror
- Swansea City in the hunt to sign Blackburn Rovers forward Jordan Rhodes — The Telegraph
- Arouna Kone having Everton medical after Newcastle and Swansea fail with bids — The Mirror
- Marc-Antoine Fortune: Wigan sign ex-West Bromwich Albion striker — BBC Sport
- Are the Glazers thinking about selling Old Trafford? — The Mail
- Edin Dzeko is Napoli’s first choice to replace in-demand Cavani — The Mirror
- David Villa’s understated majesty is a model for a modern superstar — The Guardian
- West Ham close to signing Duvan Zapata — The Mirror
- Tottenham transfer target Roberto Soldado will cost £25million insist Valencia — The Mirror
- Supporters groups and MLS reach agreement in principle on Cascadia Cup — Timbers Army
- NASL final spring attendance numbers — Kenn.com
- Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Sociedad’s llarramendi — 101 Great Goals
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