Liverpool Considering Using Caicedo Money on Attacking “Mastermind” Compared to Messi

Liverpool have reportedly sent scouts to watch an attacking “mastermind” showcasing his skills under the mentorship of the speculated incoming manager, Xabi Alonso.

The Reds have found themselves entwined in several discussions regarding potential summer acquisitions. This fervour stems from their desire to revitalize the squad as the season draws to a close, coinciding with the imminent arrival of a new manager at Anfield.

One particularly tantalising rumour centers around the prodigious talent of Barcelona’s 16-year-old sensation, Lamine Yamal. Liverpool appear to be leading the race to secure his services in a monumental £85 million deal slated for the upcoming summer transfer window.

Notably, Yamal has already left an indelible mark on the La Liga stage, amassing five goals and assists each while donning the colours of the Spanish giants.

Leroy Sane is another player who might become accessible by the conclusion of the ongoing season. There exists no agreement with Bayern Munich for a new contract, and the possibility of interest from Liverpool could influence his decision.

Lloyd Kelly and Antonee Robinson, from Bournemouth and Fulham, are both defenders who have received support in their potential move to Liverpool. Kelly, particularly, could be obtained on a free transfer when the summer arrives.

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Liverpool Keeping Tabs on Alonso Pupil

A latest report from HITC reveals that Liverpool sent scouts to observe Florian Wirtz during his performance last weekend. This occurred as his team, Bayer Leverkusen, secured a significant 3-0 victory against Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga title race.

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“HITC Football understands that, as Leverkusen stormed five points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table with a thumping 3-0 win over the reigning champions, Xabi Alonso is not the only Bay Arena favourite with admirers on the red side of Stanley Park.

“HITC has been informed that scouts working on behalf of Liverpool were also in the stands to keep tabs on a number of players. Florian Wirtz, arguably the most exciting young attacking midfielder in Europe, is liked by Liverpool. As is Piero Hincapie. The talented, left-sided centre-half was a target last summer, as confirmed by his agent.”

Wirtz’s potential is remarkable, making the prospect of Liverpool acquiring him incredibly exciting. This is particularly enticing considering he’s currently under the guidance of Alonso, who is favored to succeed Jurgen Klopp at Anfield. Alonso has gone as far as likening Wirtz to Lionel Messi, underscoring his exceptional talent.

“Why is Messi so good? Because he knows how and when to play simple passes. Messi says: ‘You’re in a better position? Here, there you have the ball!’ It’s not always about making the most brilliant move, but the best and smartest. Florian can do that. That’s why he’s so good.”

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At the age of 20, Wirtz has emerged as a standout performer for Leverkusen this season, contributing significantly to their position at the top of the Bundesliga standings with a five-point lead.

In the league, he has showcased his prowess by scoring five goals and providing eight assists. Additionally, in the Europa League, he has made notable contributions with two goals and four assists.

Reports indicate that Liverpool are poised to have significant funds available for transfers in the upcoming summer window.

These funds include the money that remained unused from the previous year’s pursuit of Moises Caicedo. Wirtz is being touted as a potential high-profile signing for the club, with football talent scout Jacek Kulig praising him as a “mastermind.”

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