Liverpool makes an important choice regarding the trophy-winning “leader”


According to a recent report. Liverpool made a big decision to sign a trophy-winning “quick” player during the January transfer window.

Andre could be moving to Liverpool

After Jurgen Klopp determined that the midfield needed the greatest adjustments, the Reds overhauled the position entirely in the summer.

A number of players were let go, including Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, and James Milner. Wataru Endo, Ryan Gravenberch, Alexis Mac Allister, and Dominik Szoboszlai all relocated to Anfield.

Liverpool is currently in the thick of a Premier League title fight with Manchester City and Arsenal, which has clearly made a difference. However, they have also been persistently linking to a move for Andre, the midfielder for Fluminense.

The 22-year-old, who has made four appearances for Brazil so far, is thought to have the potential to earn many caps for his nation. He recently experienced Copa Libertadores glory with the Brazilian Serie A team. Which they also lost to City in the Club World Cup final.

The reds make a significant Andre choice

However, a recent report from Football Insider claims that Liverpool has abandoned their pursuit of Andre. With Fulham now leading the race to sign him in his stead.

Liverpool are set to end their interest in Fluminense midfielder Andre as he closes in on a move to Fulham”.

The Merseysiders, alongside Arsenal and Tottenham, held a strong interest in the 22-year-old Copa Libertadores winner. The Reds wanted to make the defensive midfielder part of their midfield rebuild – which saw the likes of Alexis Mac Allister, Wataru Endo and Ryan Gravenberch arrive at Anfield. But Fulham have now stolen a march on their Premier League rivals and look the firm favourites to land Andre when the January transfer window opens.”

It’s disappointing to learn that Liverpool won’t be making a move for Andre. As their interest in him does seem to have waned a bit in recent weeks. Tim Vickery, a football expert from South America, has praised the young Brazilian. He believes he will be a top-tier player for many years to come.

So, he’s quick. He’s quick around the field, he’s quick running back. They also pass out from the back in an almost suicidal manner, which means he’s continually having to receive the ball close to his own goal under pressure. So these are really good skills that are useful for a Jurgen Klopp side. That high defensive line, that space there to cover.

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