After failing to sign Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia, Liverpool acquired Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo from Stuttgart. The experienced 30-year-old midfielder has already made his debut at Anfield and finished the game with high expectations for the future.
Liverpool, who are rumored to be looking for more midfield reinforcements, are said to be interested in Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch and Crystal Palace midfielder Cheick Doucouré, while Manchester City’s England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, who has failed to make the starting lineup at Manchester City, has been linked with a move to Liverpool.
The possibility of acquiring Kalvin Phillips was mentioned by Alex Crook of talkSPORT.
“Kalvin Phillips is a player Liverpool looked at before he went from Leeds to Man City, and we know it’s been a tough window for Liverpool in terms of target they’ve missed out on.”
“Phillips is someone who is proven in the Premier League, he got that £50million move to City on the back of a really good European Championship for England, and we’ve got a Euros at the end of the season.”
“I think at the start of the season Phillips wanted to stay and fight for his place at Man City, but he was on the bench with a load of kids at the weekend and he isn’t going to force his way into that team.”
“Surely if he wants to play for England at the Euros, this would be a great move for him.”
“It’s one to keep an eye on from now until the end of the window.”
It is no secret that Liverpool has been interested in him since his days at Leeds United.
Although a move to Anfield from Manchester City, with whom he has become a strong rival, is out of the question, it is not impossible that the midfielder would leave the club, as he would need continuous opportunities to play regularly for the national team.
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