Feyenoord midfielder Quinten Timber could be on the move to Liverpool…Italian journalist suggests

Feyenoord midfielder Quinten Timber could be on the move to Liverpool...Italian journalist suggests Transfers

Liverpool, who are close to having a new manager in Arne Slot, are widely reported to be in the running to bring in players from his Feyenoord team. Names such as Lutsharel Geertruida and Dávid Hancko have emerged.

And Dutch midfielder Quinten Timber, a key player in the club’s midfield, has also been linked with a move. Rudy Galletti, an Italian journalist, reported that the player also has the potential to challenge for the Premier League and that Slot has evaluated his ability.

“Liverpool, together with Slot, some players could also arrive from Feyenoord.”

“Quinten Timber – appreciated a lot by the manager – is one of the talents that could land in the Premier League in the summer: 7 goals and 8 assists for Jurrien’ brother in the Eredivisie so far.”

He made his first-team debut for Utrecht from Ajax’s youth team, and since 2022 he has played for Feyenoord, making over 70 appearances for the Rotterdam club.

In March 2024 he was recognised for his achievements and also made his first appearance for the Dutch national team.

His older brother Julien Timber made the step up to Arsenal last summer, and although he was out with a serious injury, he was beginning to prove in no small way that he could play for England.

Having grown up together and being close to each other, it is no surprise that he dreamed of a top-flight challenge himself.

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