Liverpool’s efforts to restructure its midfield during this summer’s transfer window have brought in four new midfielders to bolster the squad.
Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai have already established themselves as mainstays, while Wataru Endo and Ryan Gravenberch have been active in cup competitions.
While there are still reports of interest in midfielders around the world, a 22-year-old player from Eredivisie has been named as a new target, although there are indications that future reinforcement points may shift to center back and reserve right back.
According to 90min, a number of Premier League powerhouse clubs, including Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Tottenham, have sent scouting teams to assess the play of Feyenoord midfielder Quinten Timber.
The Dutch U-21 midfielder is also attracting interest from other European clubs such as Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco, and Napoli, and could be a hot commodity in the transfer market this winter or next summer.
This summer, his ” younger twin brother,” Dutch defender Julien Timber, made the step up from Ajax, as he grabbed a move to Arsenal.
It is natural that the “older twin brother,” who is under contract until 2026, would want to move up and apply for a move to a stronger club.
With Feyenoord, he has scored 4 goals and 6 assists in 41 games. He has pitched in 14 games for the Dutch U-21 national team, and playing for a big club in order to be called up to the full national team and to establish himself would be a good appeal to coach Ronald Koeman.
No concrete moves have been made at this time, but it cannot be ruled out that a battle will soon develop across the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, and Bundesliga.