Liverpool has replaced its midfielders by acquiring four players in Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endo, and Ryan Gravenberch. Young players such as Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott are also playing well, and it seems that no further reinforcements are needed at this point.
At the moment, the top priority for reinforcements has shifted to a left-handed center back, a reserve right back, and a successor to Mohamed Salah, and the midfielder will probably only be looked at again this winter or next summer if there is a string of injuries in the midfield.
The rumors of a defensive midfielder have been circulating, whether they are aware of such a situation or not. According to Todo Fichajes, Liverpool may try again to acquire French midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni, whom the club tried to sign in the summer of 2022.
The outlet also reports that Real Madrid’s 23-year-old midfielder feels he is not getting support from Carlo Ancelotti, the team’s manager, which could be a clue for Liverpool to bring the player on board.
It is true that Liverpool has been interested in the player in the past, but the player himself preferred to move to Real Madrid. The probability that the French midfielder will be eager to play at Anfield is low, as he is adamant about playing in the Spanish capital.
On the other hand, Liverpool also does not need a midfielder with a high transfer fee, and there is no need to start working on a deal to acquire him.
If they are in a situation where they have to urgently reinforce the squad with an injured player, a cheaper player or a player who can be added to the team on a loan transfer would suffice.
As a rule, we do not acquire players who do not wish to play at Anfield, and this report should only be taken as a made-up story.