Liverpool wants to sign Spanish Playmaker for a £30million fee

Liverpool are eyeing a move for a Spanish Playmaker. Liverpool want the playmaker for a maximum of £30million and would sign the player right away if their demand is met.

Source: Aharam Online

Liverpool are eyeing a move for a Spanish Playmaker. Liverpool wants the playmaker for a maximum of £30million and would sign the player right away if their demand is met.

Talk about constructing a squad. Liverpool FC’s summer transfer window has started on a really high note.

The club is the most favored destination for a lot of talents. Thanks to Jurgen Klopp and a really promising sporting project.

The Reds have already signed Darwin Nunez, and are looking to sign a great deal of other promising talents like Calvin Ramsay, De Ligt, etc.

Now, the reports suggest Liverpool are hoping to sign another bright talent.

Liverpool wants to sign Real Madrid Playmaker Marco Asensio

Marco Asensio’s future at Real Madrid has been uncertain for some time, and Liverpool are interested in hiring him.

Klopp wants to lure the 26-year-old playmaker if the price is right, according to Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo.

According to a report published yesterday by Corriere Dello Sport (news image below), the Spanish champions will have to sell Asensio for a low price because his contract will expire in a year.

According to the Italian press, the Los Blancos have failed to reach an agreement with the player. But they will not let him depart for free next season.

The Bernabeu club is said to be unable to demand more than £30 million, while interested Premier League clubs are said to be able to meet the asking price with their eyes closed.

Manchester United, Arsenal, Juventus, and AC Milan are all in the running. But neither the Red Devils nor the Gunners will be competing in Europe’s top league next season (CL).

We will be short on depth in the wide attacking positions if Sadio Mane leaves. Klopp also acks a natural CAM in his roster.

Asensio can play on the right-wing, left flank, and even in the center of the field as a playmaker. He has a left foot that is a rocket and has won significant prizes in the past (3x Champions League).

Although in La Liga last season, the Spaniard only started 19 games and scored 10 goals (Stats via whoscored.com). Do you believe he’ll be able to help the Reds’ assault at Anfield?

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