Despite the £95 million additions of Alexis MacAllister and Dominik Szoboszlai, the Reds still have work to do on their much-discussed midfield reconstruction.
After saying farewell to James Milner, Naby Keita, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as well as Jordan Henderson and Fabinho, who recently left for Saudi Arabia. Liverpool is in need of more midfielders.
The 2019/20 Premier League winners are reportedly searching for “two profiles” — a “progressive destroyer” and a “controller” — with Andre Trindade (Fluminense) and Romeo Lavia (Southampton) being highly linked.
According to a Spanish newspaper, the Reds have made a proposal for Gabri Veiga. A 21-year-old star midfielder for Celta, since they are looking for a different kind of player.
Last week, it was reported that representatives from Liverpool met with club icon. The current Celta manager Rafa Benitez to discuss the young players. A new report from Deportes COPE Galicia (via Estadio Deportivo) indicates that an offer has since been made.
According to the source, Celta has been offered to lend Veiga back to the Reds for the upcoming season. In exchange for a ‘juicy’ €25 million proposal from the Reds for the midfielder. Who has a €40 million (£34 million) release clause.
Veiga is a far more offensive option than the other midfielders Liverpool has been linked with lately. He doesn’t necessarily suit either of the two Reddy-described “profiles.”
The 2022–23 La Liga season saw the outstanding 11 goals scored by the Spain Under-21 star, who has previously been mentioned as a possible target for Chelsea, Manchester City, and Real Madrid.
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