Liverpool have established André Trindade as a priority target to strengthen their squad. The young Brazilian footballer already attracted the attention of the ‘Reds’ last summer, but at that time, Fluminense refused to sell him due to his importance in the search for the Copa Libertadores.
The Brazilian club’s decision has been backed by time, as they are currently in the final of the Copa Libertadores, facing Boca Juniors. However, according to the Daily Mirror, everything seems to indicate that André Trindade will join Liverpool in January, thus fulfilling a clear objective of German coach Jurgen Klopp, which is to further improve a midfield that has already suffered several problems this summer. important changes with the arrival of new players.
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The 22-year-old defensive midfielder has become a primary objective for the English club for some time now, with his defensive ability being what has directly led him to become one of Liverpool’s first winter reinforcements, having to do with the amount final that the Anfield team will pay for the young South American talent, thus beginning his individual journey in Europe.