Liverpool has added some of Europe’s best midfielders to its team, including Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister. More reinforcements are rumored for this winter, with the possibility of acquiring Fluminense midfielder Andre from Brazil.
When the Brazilian midfielder joins the club, he is expected to be used at the bottom of the midfield, where he will compete with Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo and others for a position.
Meanwhile, to further accelerate their creativity up front, Liverpool have been reportedly interested in German midfielder Florian Wirtz.
According to the Daily Star, Liverpool is increasing the heat to acquire the player. Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and Chelsea are also interested and are vying for the lead in the battle, but there is a possibility that they could break in.
The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder, who has had a great run in the Bundesliga under Xabi Alonso, has scored 29 goals and 39 assists in 118 games so far despite being 20 years old. He has the potential to become one of Germany’s leading players, with a variety of top clubs following his progress.
It is said that coach Jurgen Klopp also highly values the player’s ability and is eager to acquire him. However, with a valuation believed to be as high as £80 million, Liverpool cannot easily touch him, as the probability of the transfer fee being raised due to the fierce competition for the player has increased.
In addition, with this summer’s reinforcements and promising youngsters in friendly competition, the acquisition of any more attacking midfielders is not as important as it could be. At this point, it is unlikely that Liverpool will spend big money to acquire the German international.
Still, if the midfielder, who has a talented attacking sense, were playing at Anfield…