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Today we are not going to cover the immensity, but let us recall five high-quality and promising footballers of modern European football, who previously spoke in their interviews about the dream of playing in a team from the Anfield. Who are they and do they have a chance of ever ending up at Liverpool? Let’s analyze together.
No matter how unpleasant it would be to read these lines for the fans of Arsenal, but Martin Odegaard, now playing for this team from London, can hardly be called a fan of their favorite team. In fact, the Norwegian midfielder, while playing at home for Stromsgodset, clearly indicated in one of his interviews that Liverpool is his favorite team in England.
What’s important: Odegaard at Arsenal is starting to make a name for himself in the Premier League, and therefore the opportunity to attract attention from Liverpool for the Norwegian midfielder exists. Yes, and Real, according to the latest rumors, would not mind selling Martin in the summer if it receives a good offer in order to have an additional transfer fund for more status purchases. The only question is, does the current team of Jurgen Klopp need Odegaard?
Not so long ago, Tete, communicating with Brazilian journalists, made it clear that Shakhtar did not limit his football dreams. The Brazilian winger has clearly delineated the circle of clubs in which he would like to play, and one of them was Liverpool.
It is difficult to say whether Shakhtar are now ready to let Tete go, since the Brazilian’s contract is in effect for another two and a half years, and Liverpool does not see the purchase of the Ukrainian club’s talent as extremely necessary at the moment.
The Austrian mid-peasant striker of the current Bundesliga draw of Stuttgart Sasha Kalajdzic is in the top 10 top scorers in the league with 13 goals in 25 matches.
Sasha admitted that in the event of an offer from Liverpool, it will be extremely difficult for him to decide which choice to make.
Would such a forward suit Klopp’s team? It’s hard to judge, but his anthropometry could definitely allow the Reds to make their attacking play even more versatile and unpredictable for opponents. Yes, and Roberto Firmino in October will already be 30 years old, and therefore time itself will soon make him think about the candidacy of a potential replacement.