‘Liverpool fan’ Feyenoord defender Dávid Hancko will not be moving to Anfield this summer

‘Liverpool fan’ Feyenoord defender Dávid Hancko will not be moving to Anfield this summer Transfers

With the departure of Joel Matip, Liverpool are now in full swing in their search for a centre-back, which they began last summer. They have set their sights on left-footed defenders such as Chelsea defender Levi Colwill, and the same trend will continue this summer.

Various defenders’ names have emerged, including Sporting defender Goncalo Inácio, Bayer Leverkusen defender Piero Hincapié and Frankfurt defender William Pacho, while Slovakia defender Arne Slott of Feyenoord, who was in charge until this season Interest in David Hantsko has also been rumoured.

The 26-year-old centre-back, who fell in love with Liverpool after the Miracle in Istanbul, is unlikely to play at Anfield. The Reds have no plans to make a move for the player, the Daily Mail reported.

The Slovakian defender, who sought a new home in the Netherlands from Sparta Prague in August 2022, has made a total of 93 appearances for the club, scoring 11 goals and assisting eight. He has also had experience in the Champions League and Europa League and has been on the pitch for 37 games for the national team.

Liverpool are looking for a younger centre-back and mid-20s seems a bit old. The other top targets are all in their early 20s, and given the age of Virgil van Dijk, the impression is that they are also aiming for a generational change.

Leicester City, who have been promoted to the Premier League, are said to be interested in acquiring him, but will the former Fiorentina defender make his first attempt in England…?