Liverpool turn to Feyenoord as transfer window nears its end

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After losing multiple signing chances, Liverpool turns to Feyenoord for transfer candidates.

The reds have barely made any use of the summer transfer window. At this moment in time, Only three players signed into the club. Those being non other than Dominik Szoboszlai, Alexis Mac Allister, and Wataru Endo.

Szoboszlai and Allister were the first additions to the team, signed at the very beginning of the transfer window. With said additions at hand, the fans were ecstatic at what the club’s future might decisions might bring. Sadly, the future was nothing short of disappointing.

Indeed, the club did plan on making several improvement with new faces such as Romeo Lavia and Moises Caicedo. However, this never came to fruition as both players chose Chelsea instead.

With such sudden changes and no form of backup, the condition of Liverpool’s roster suffered greatly.

The club had already lost Fabinho and Jordan Henderson as who signed into Ittihad Club and Al-Ettifaq respectively. With the replacements gone, and the time spent negotiating with them wasted, the Reds must find solutions before the deadline.

Liverpool also lost Joel Matip to injury. The defence should hopefully remain stable with the addition of Wataru Endo.

The last transfer hope for Liverpool lies in Feyenoord

Liverpool has made contact with Feyenoord in hopes of acquiring a few talented players. David Hancko and Mats Wieffer seem to be the most likely candidates.

there is yet to be a set price for either player, however, the circumstances allow for a few conclusions. With the window coming to a close and the Reds’s obvious desperation, Feyenoord will likely raise its prices.

Still, this additional fees may be worth it. Both are dribbling machines who are great when it comes to passing. And with both still in their prime, Liverpool might succeed at avoiding disaster.

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