Liverpool considering to replace the summer signing with a new player

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Arthur Melo joined Liverpool from Juventus in the last minute of deadline day. He has failed to impress Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp with his performance. This is according to Calciomercato, which states that Liverpool are looking to replace Arthur with Marcelo Brozovic as soon as possible. However, it won’t be an easy task as multiple clubs across Europe want to sign the player as well.

Alongside Liverpool, Manchester United, and PSG are some of the clubs interested in acquiring the services of Marcelo Brozovic. The Croatian player had a great season last year, winning the Scudetto with Inter Milan. Moreover, he was an integral player in the Croatian squad that reached the finals of the World Cup three years back in Russia. Brozovic could be sold this year by Inter Milan alongside some of their other star players to alleviate the sticj=ku financial situation that Inter finds themselves in. Liverpool will be too happy to take advantage and make a move for the 29-year-old. However, this will mean that they are moving in the opposite direction of their policy of acquiring young players only

Liverpool seeks reinforcement in the midfield

Liverpool have had a slow start to their season. Lack of intensity from the midfield stemming from injuries is the main reason for this slow start. Liverpool also has made some poor choices in the summer window. They have not added reinforcement n their midfield after losing their preferred midfield target Aurelien Tchouameni to Real Madrid. Getting Arthur on loan from Juventus was the only addition to the midfield. This is proving to be their Achilles heel. Currently, the Reds are ninth in the league after just 2 wins from 7 matches so far in the Premier League. In addition, the midfield is a priority for Liverpool in the next transfer window. As such, Jude Bellingham remains their priority target next summer.

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