Liverpool, which has added new winds to its midfield with the departure of many midfielders such as Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, and Naby Keita, as well as Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai, is still competing for the top spot despite the early stages of the Premier League season.
Still, they are said to be looking to further strengthen their midfield, and Fluminense midfielder Andre, who won the Copa Libertadores, is the leading candidate. Others are also said to be eyeing English midfielder Kalvin Phillips, who has struggled to secure playing time at Manchester City.
According to Anfield Watch, Liverpool is also interested in Genoa’s Danish U-21 midfielder Morten Frendrup, who is being eyed as a replacement for 30-something midfielders such as Thiago Alcantara and Wataru Endo, as well as a mid- to long-term project The club is also eyeing him as a mid- to long-term project.
The 22-year-old midfielder joined Genoa from his native Bröndby in the winter of 2022 and has been a regular in his first season.
He made 40 appearances last season and has played in every game this season as a starter. A central midfielder, he can also play as a defensive midfielder and on either side of midfield, contributing to the team by winning the ball and pressing.
At this time, Liverpool has not taken action against Genoa and is considered only a candidate. The young midfielder, who is expected to make his debut for the Danish national team in the near future, should find the challenge of the Premier League attractive.
Will the former Bröndby midfielder, who has been honing his skills in the Serie A, make the step up in the transfer market next summer?