With the summer transfer window already open, Liverpool could be nearing the start, Emre Can-size hole in their midfield with the signing of Monaco midfielder Fabinho.
After opening the transfer window in the summer, Liverpool could face Monaco's midfielder Fabinho for a new midfield Emre Can hole.
That's what L & # 39; s journalist Bertrand Latour, who insulted Liverpool on Monday night with a tweet calling for the 24-year-old, who can also play full-back, should pay 55 million euros plus sign add-ons.
The midfielder seems to be among the transfer priorities for Liverpool this summer, notably with the imminent departure of Can, who later this week will play for a medical student at Juventus.
Napoli born in Brazil, Italy international Jorginho was a priority target for the Reds, but his apparent preference for rival Man City means that Liverpool must look elsewhere, with Latour claiming that Fabinho is on the shortlist next.
In addition, Mohamed Bouhafsi of RMC Sport supported the rumors of Liverpool's offer on Twitter, arguing that "negotiations" with the player were "very interested".
Fabinho, once the target of his rival Manchester United, will this summer more than likely make a summer exit from his current Monaco club the opportunity to move in the past year, as his title-mates Kylian Mbappe, Tiémoué Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva rank high Transfers from Ligue 1
In February, the Brazilian – who is not part of his country's World Cup squad – claimed his time with the Principality club was "over"
While his exit would not surprise anyone whether Fabinho's next goal is truly Liverpool remains in doubt, with another recent report from France (this time from Le10Sport), claiming that Europa League winner Atletico Madrid would have come close to a deal of € 35 million – in particular € 20 million less than the alleged offer from Liverpool.
The former Real Madrid B player scored 34 Ligue 1 joined Monaco in 2017/18, scoring seven goals. Known for his versatility, he is a skilled passer and has completed with 114 the third highest tackles of all players in the French Premier League.