Jurgen Klopp is in pursuit of the Irons leader. This makes Declan Rice the perfect replacement for Fabinho at the heart of Liverpool’s Engine room.
The latest news is that there are conversations taking place rapidly between West Ham United, Brighton and Liverpool. In case everything happens accordingly , both the primary targets – Mac Alister and Rice could end up in Merseyside.
With the 24-year-old making it clear about his intentions to play in the Champions League and chase European glory. This makes the £75m deal even more likely.
Rice: The Game and mood changer Liverpool needs?
Above all ,Most of the Liverpool Players are having a poor season except for the likes of Mohammed Salah and Alisson at goal. Declan Rice could add stability to a fragile midfield.
Additionally, The reds are desperate to get their shaky campaign back on track. From chasing the ‘Quadruple’ to not even being sure for a Champions League spot. Klopp’s men have come a long way down. Bringing in Declan Rice to strengthen the midfield is only going to help the struggling Reds.
Besides, The hammers captain was compared to Roy Keane and Paul Ince by talkSport after he successfully completed 150 premier league appearances.
Furthermore, he maintains an impressive average of 2.3 tackles, 1.8 interceptions, and 1.1 key passes, along with a duel success rate of 59%, showcasing the extensive range of his skills. This makes him one of the hot properties in this Summer’s transfer window.
Fabinho’s ideal replacement?
Moreover, Considering Fabinho’s midfield struggles, signing Rice as the central DMF for £58.5m would be a smart move for the Kops.
After all, bringing the Hammers’ formidable machine to Anfield in the upcoming months is imperative. While Fabinho has been an unwavering presence for the club. Tirelessly leading under Klopp’s guidance, it’s possible that his time to shine has passed. A new era of continuity is needed to ensure Liverpool’s resurgence and reclaim their position as a dominant force in the game.
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