Liverpool is seeking a new midfielder to strengthen its midfield, with Crystal Palace midfielder Cheick Doucouré, Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, and Fluminense midfielder Andre among the top candidates.
Jordan Henderson and Fabinho have unexpectedly left the club. The club needs to acquire more midfielders than originally planned. French U-21 midfielder Manu Koné, who was said to be of high interest in the early part of the transfer market, has not been very exciting lately, partly due to injuries.
According to This Is Anfield, Liverpool’s interest in the player continues to grow, and it is possible that the club could make a move for him in the final stages of the transfer market.
The 22-year-old midfielder from Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach has made a total of 60 appearances in the German league. Prior to that, he played for Toulouse and has also pitched in 14 games in the Ligue 1.
He has also made 11 appearances for the French U-21 national team, and if he continues to develop well, he will soon be called up to the French national team, which has many strong rivals. He is a natural athlete, covering the entire pitch with his abundant athleticism, and his phenomenal athleticism has earned him a regular place in the Borussia MG lineup.
His club is not willing to sell and has indicated that he will stay unless he receives a very good offer, but will they be able to acquire the future French midfielder in the transfer market, which is about to expire?