After failing to sign Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia, Liverpool has made an unexpected reinforcement move. Things are moving very fast as they have reached an inter-club agreement with Stuttgart for the acquisition of Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo, whose name had not been mentioned at all until now.
According to This Is Anfield, the former Urawa Red Diamonds midfielder has traveled to England to undergo a medical. He will officially become a member of Liverpool by signing the contract documents.
If things continue to go smoothly, there is a possibility that he will be included in the squad for the Premier League match against Bournemouth on August 19, and he may make his debut by making his debut at Anfield.
Liverpool’s continued search for a defensive midfielder has finally succeeded in bringing in a player for the position. Most expect that they will move to sign a further midfielder in his early 20s, with names such as Cheick Doucouré and Ryan. Gravenberch being reported in the press.
In a sudden turn of events, the national team captain is not exactly a household name in England. Can the 30-year-old experienced midfielder, who has played a total of 99 games in the Bundesliga and 50 for Japan, surprise everyone…?