Liverpool officially confirm the £44m arrival of Cody Gakpo from PSV… and the Holland star is in line for his Reds debut against Wolves in the FA Cup on Saturday

  • Liverpool have announced the signing of Cody Gakpo is formally concluded
  • The Premier League side brought in the PSV Eindhoven star, 23, for £44million
  • Jurgen Klopp’s Reds hijacked Manchester United’s move for the Holland forward
  • Gakpo, who impressed at the World Cup, is set for an FA Cup debut on Saturday

Liverpool have announced the signing of Cody Gakpo is now formally concluded. 

The Reds revealed their £44million move for the PSV Eindhoven forward on December 28, subject to the final details being completed.

And on Tuesday, Liverpool confirmed Gakpo, 23, is now registered with the club – and could be in line to make his debut at the weekend.

Liverpool have announced the signing of Cody Gakpo (pictured) is now formally concluded

Liverpool have announced the signing of Cody Gakpo (pictured) is now formally concluded

The Reds revealed their £44million move for the PSV Eindhoven forward on December 28

The Reds revealed their £44million move for the PSV Eindhoven forward on December 28

Liverpool host fellow Premier League side Wolves at Anfield on Saturday evening, with Gakpo likely to make his bow in the third-round tie.

The Holland star was not named in the matchday squad on Monday as Jurgen Klopp’s side were stunned in a 3-1 defeat against Brentford.

Gakpo will wear the No 18 shirt for the club, the same as compatriot Dirk Kuyt once did in his six seasons at the club, which saw him rack up 71 goals in 286 appearances in all competitions. 

Gakpo is in line to make his club debut when the Reds host Wolves in the FA Cup on Saturday

Gakpo is in line to make his club debut when the Reds host Wolves in the FA Cup on Saturday

Sportsmail reported on Monday that Liverpool are weighing up a summer move for Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes.

Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham is still their primary target but Nunes is under consideration as an alternative option given Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid are vying over the England international’s signature.

Liverpool would also be open to signing a midfielder on loan this month if the right player becomes available. 



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