Liverpool is suffering one of its worst seasons, with humiliations practically every other game reaching new lows. The team has fallen short of the expectations it set for itself the previous season.
In light of the club’s decline, there is growing desire for a total squad reorganization, with fresh additions sorely needed to restore the quality the team is gradually losing. The club’s need for new blood is obvious, and after a barren January window followed by harsh criticism, the management has finally considered assessing market options.
The subpar defensive unit and uninventive midfield are maybe Liverpool’s biggest problems right now. The latter is being addressed with zeal, as the club has expressed interest in a number of players, including Jude Bellingham and Matheus Nunes. The former, on the other hand, has yet to be considered, though there is some moderate interest in established names.
Liverpool is interested in the RB Leipzig defender, who is in high demand from rival teams
According to Footballtransfers.com, the Reds are reportedly interested in signing Croatian star Josko Gvardiol following his world-class effort in Qatar. The centre-back has piqued the curiosity of premier teams throughout Europe, who are expected to engage in a bidding battle for him this summer.
In the midst of Liverpool’s defensive troubles and injury concerns, the club has quietly began examining the available possibilities to improve the position, and the player tops the Merseyside club’s four man defensive shortlist, according to Jacque Talbot.
However, it is stated among Liverpool officials that despite their interest in Gvardiol, they may end up losing him owing to his high price tag, which may be beyond their financial means.
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They think that the teams that are showing a growing amount of interest in him, like Manchester United and Real Madrid, may have more financial resources than Liverpool to sign the player. Gvardiol’s current contract with RB Leipzig has a buyout clause for 110 million Euros, which the club wishes to fully collect.