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Liverpool is in talks to sign Georgiy Sudakov, a star for Shakhtar

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According to Calciomercato, Liverpool and Georgiy Sudakov s representatives are in discussions about a possible transfer for the £34 million-rated midfield player from Shakhtar Donetsk.

As Jurgen Klopp works to revamp his midfield, Liverpool is keen to sign the 21-year-old. Who is considered as one of the best young midfield talents in Europe at the moment.

According to the report, Liverpool and the player’s agents have discussed a potential move to Anfield. However, Juventus, Napoli, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich are among the teams vying for his signature.

Shakhtar is willing to negotiate if at least £34 million is offered, according to CalcioMercato. But Liverpool wants Sudakov “more than anyone else.” A deal will probably have to wait until the summer.

This season, Sudakov has been playing well, recording three goals and one assist across all competitions. The star player for Shakhtar Donetsk can play as a winger or an advanced midfielder. If Liverpool can win the race to sign him, his versatility will be a benefit.

He is the kind of inventive midfielder that Liverpool could use to provide both goals and assists. Due to his versatility, Sudakov could be a valuable substitute for Jurgen Klopp in times of injury or rotation.

Sudakov a reliable long-term financial option

If the Reds wish to contend on all fronts, they must bolster their roster. In the long run, Sudakov would be an excellent investment. If he can reach his full potential of £34 million, he might end up being a great deal.

For the player, a transfer to the Premier League would be an exciting opportunity. He would have the opportunity to compete against the world’s top players. An extra perk will be the opportunity to work for one of the world’s top managers.

Liverpool can afford to pay the stated asking price, and they’re hoping the player is eager to join Anfield rather than go to Bayern Munich or Barcelona. Sudakov needs to join a club where he will get ample first-team action so the Reds might need to provide him with game time assurances. 

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