Report: Liverpool Learn Price to Sign Midfielder Arne Slot Loves

Liverpool are eyeing a midfielder, and securing him could require a hefty £60m investment.

However, despite some connections to Arne Slot’s players at Feyenoord, it seems improbable that Liverpool will be acquiring talent from the Dutch club.

Firstly, it’s crucial to grasp that Slot is anticipated to serve as Liverpool’s head coach, not manager, which implies he’ll wield less influence in recruitment decisions.

Instead, Michael Edwards and Richard Hughes will spearhead player acquisitions for the club.

Interestingly, a former player who previously worked under Slot has caught Liverpool’s attention and might reunite with the club’s probable new head coach this summer.

Teun Koopmeiners to Liverpool Transfer Update

Liverpool have been closely monitoring Teun Koopmeiners for a while now, ever since his days at AZ Alkmaar under Arne Slot.

His performances against Liverpool for Atalanta in the Europa League have further impressed the club’s scouts, alongside his standout season in Serie A.

According to TuttoSport, Atalanta want between 60-70 million Euros (which is £51-£60m) for his services.

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That would be a significant sum of money for Liverpool to play but it might be worth it considering how well Koopmeiners did under Slot.

What Was Koopmeiners Like Under Arne Slot?

Koopmeiners frequently operated as the deep-lying midfielder in a dual pivot within Slot’s setup at AZ Alkmaar, where he took charge of matches, orchestrating the team’s tempo and serving as the focal point of their play.

During his tenure under Slot, Koopmeiners showcased his prowess by netting 21 goals and providing seven assists across 58 appearances. As AZ’s captain under Slot’s guidance, their synergy was palpable, raising speculation about a potential reunion at Anfield.

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