Liverpool will be monitoring Aguibou Camara during AFCON

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Liverpool are going to closely monitor the performance of the Olympiacos midfielder and thus, will also send scouts to keep an eye on Aguibou Camara during the Africa Cup of Nations tournament.

According to Foot Mercato, Liverpool are very much impressed with the Guinean international and are looking to make a move for him in the next summer’s transfer window.

Alongside the Reds, Leicester and Newcastle are also keen on signing the 20-year-old.

Moreover, the reports also claim that the Greek giants are already aware of the fact that some top European clubs are interested in their midfielder. Thus, they won’t lose their star midfielder for some compromised price.

Currently, Camara is being valued at approx £15m. And also his stay at Karaiskaki Stadium is planned to end in 2025. Thus, if Liverpool’s scouts found him to be an interesting fit under Klopp’s system they might make a bid for him next summer.

Who is Aguibou Camara – the one who is under radar of Liverpool

Liverpool to monitor Aguibou Camara at AFCON

The Guinea international is 20 years old, who currently plays for the Greek football club Olympiacos. Aguibou Camara joined the French club Lille in 2019 only to play for their B team.

Playing as an attacking midfielder/winger, Camara made 21 appearances for Lille scoring 2 goals in a span of 2 years. Thereafter, the attacking midfielder joined the Greek giants Olympiacos in 2021.

Camara became the centre of attraction while playing for the Thrylos. So far, the 20-year-old has scored five and created 4 goals in his 25 appearances across all competitions this season.

Moreover, Aguibou is having an impressive average rating of 7.01 according to WhoScored. Currently, Camara is being called on national duty to represent his country Guinea in the AFCON.

The tournament is going to take place in Cameroon from 9th January 2022. While Liverpool scouts will have their binoculars set on Camara as he adds to his international caps telly, which currently stands at nine.

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