Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp demanded the club to sign a premier league midfielder this January, which didn’t happen.
There’s lot of speculation around Liverpool right now after there recent defeat to Wolves on Saturday. The Scoreline was 3:0 at Molineux. The result sends the Reds to 10th position in the league and 11 points behind fourth-placed Newcastle.
Klopp is under a lot of pressure and scrutiny due to his previous healthy record with Liverpool. German manager transformed Reds from mid-table runners to Premier League winners.
But Liverpool’s Midfield has looked quite shaky against Wolves. Midfield trio Stefan Bajcetic, Naby Keita and Thiago looked completely puzzled and Wolves were finding it easy to trespass them.
While the area of strength looks quite clear as Liverpool needs some serious reinforcement in the middle of the pitch in the future
KLOPP NEEDED A MIDFIELDER AMID CRISES
Liverpool needs to strengthen the Midfield this summer and Italian Journalist Rudy Galetti suggested they will now target the Premier League starlet.
Galetti spoke with “GiveMeSports” and revealed Klopp demanded a new Midfielder from Liverpool officials.
He further told:-
“Klopp requested a midfielder already in January and the list for the summer to date is practically the same,
He also confirmed, “Moises Caicedo is under the Liverpool radar.”
The Brighton star was speculated to leave this January as he requested the club for an immediate transfer. But Seagulls remain strong and rejected all offers.
CBS Sports Journalist Ben Jacob suggested that Liverpool, Chelsea, and Arsenal all are eager to sign him in the summer.
Earlier this January, Chelsea submitted a £55 million offer for Caicedo in January which was immediately rejected by Brighton as they claimed the Ecuadorian was not for sale.
And Arsenal also launched 2 consecutive proposals. The First was £60 million and the Second was £ 70 million but both got rejected.
Liverpool will look to bolster their Midfield this summer and Caicedo looks to be the perfect signing Reds can secure to improve their performance in the future.
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