Fluminense President says Andre Trindade is ready for a move to Liverpool in January

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Fluminense President says Andre Trindade said to be ‘ready‘ for a move to Liverpool in January. The club is wiling to ask for a move worth £34m in the winter transfer window. Moreover, Liverpool are already in contact with the player for over a month now. Furthermore, there were many transfer rumors surrounding Andre Trindade. Despite all this, the club decided not to sell the 22-year old.

Now, in an interview with ESPN via Brazilian outlet Lance, Bittencort has admitted that Liverpool did call him about Andre. He says,

“There is an agreement between us, with the player and representative, that he would stay until the end of the year and they comply fully and with the utmost tranquillity,” explained the executive.

Bittencort continues,

“What they have done is the work as a representative of the athlete that is: all the polling that arrives they communicate to Fluminense.

“In the case of Liverpool, I go even further. Liverpool’s Chief Executive contacted me directly. And I replied to him, ‘My friend, I don’t sell players now and I don’t deliver now.’

If you want to buy now to take in January we can start talking, or if you want to wait until December and we talk in December.”

Liverpool can get a move for Trindade

It has always been the case that Andre will be on the market in January window. Since Fluminense are in the semi-final of the Copa Libertadores and are doing well in the Brazilian Serie A, it is obvious for them not to release a good player. But the position with Trindade is clear as well. The Brazilian International is ready for the big move and the club has publically acknowledged this.

Liverpool have already agreed personal terms with the player, who is ready for a life in Merseyside. Besides this, Bittencort has also put the Reds in a comfortable position for January. With Thiago Alcantara expected to leave Anfield next summer, Andre can prove to be a replacement for the Spanish midfielder.

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