Liverpool gives up on Fluminense midfielder Andre and they may avoid signing him even next January

A Brazilian journalist informed Fluminense midfielder Andre is fast approaching as Fabinho's replacement Transfers

Liverpool, which signed Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo following the unexpected departures of Jordan Henderson and Fabinho, is moving to further strengthen its midfield. 

They are said to be looking for a midfielder who is not a specialist at the bottom of the midfield, but a type of midfielder who can adapt widely, with all sorts of names being reported by various media outlets.

At the moment, Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch and Fluminense midfielder Andre are considered the main contenders. The former is said to be reluctant to be released by Bayern and is likely to remain in Germany, regardless of the player’s feelings.

The latter is also said to want to move to Anfield, but Fluminense has a policy of not selling until the end of the season and has rejected €30 million offer from Liverpool. With rumors of a move next January, there is no guarantee that the Reds will be in the market for him next winter, according to ESPN Brasil.

In order to have the right number of midfielders, Liverpool must secure at least one midfielder this summer. And if the acquired players work well, and if the younger players are more dynamic, the midfield lineup may be enough.

However, with former Spain midfielder Thiago Alcantara expected to leave the club on a free transfer next summer, the club will need to find a replacement, and there is a good chance that the Brazilian midfielder will once again be the center of attention.

Will the 22-year-old midfielder, who continues to gain recognition in Brazil, choose Anfield as the stage for his first European challenge?