Another day, another Liverpool transfer rumor. The Reds are clearly gearing up for something huge. You don’t see a team pursuing more than a half-dozen midfielders in the same transfer window. Another log is available for the appealing defenders and forwards. The list could go on and on.
With a deteriorating midfield and some of the players on whose services the club strongly relies nearing their decline, the need is obvious and being met in the most effective way possible. But what terrifies me is that being everywhere also means being nowhere.
Let us hope that the interest in so many players does not result in the loss of all of them as a result of not focusing on any of them appropriately.
Well, we’ll leave it to the club to think about.
A fresh headline has arisen regarding Liverpool considering their possibilities for signing a world-class midfielder from Italy.
Liverpool is considering its possibilities of signing Juventus’ French midfielder
According to the Italian news outlet Gazzetta dello Sport via Sport Witness, the English club is interested in signing Serie A and France sensation Adrien Rabiot this summer. The player’s contract with Juventus expires this summer, and an extension is considered unlikely.
With the current financial manipulation charges having pushed Juventus 15 points off the table, the Old Lady’s prospects of achieving a European berth remain slim, as does their probability of keeping Rabiot.
This season, the Frenchman has been in excellent form for both Juventus and his national side, giving his finest performance in the World Cup final in Qatar. Adding him to Jurgen Klopp’s lineup does not appear to be a poor idea; rather, it appears to be an amazing one.
With his previous experience with Manchester City, the player will be no stranger to the Premier League. At 27, he is Juventus’ finest player this season and could be a superb defensive addition to Liverpool’s ranks, providing much needed depth.
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But does this put Bellingham out of the running? Maybe not. The Englishman remains Liverpool’s prime objective, and all of the defensive midfielders being pursued are most likely the backup plan if Bellingham’s move falls through for any reason.