Breaking news: Andre deal to Liverpool has been caught of— Jurgen Klopp revealed “shocking” reasons

Liverpool will not be pursuing a move for the Brazilian after their £25 million bid to capture Fluminense midfielder Andre this summer was turned down.


After seeing their £25 million offer for Fluminense midfielder Andre turned down, Liverpool has decided to give up on signing the player.


Despite his club agreeing to a £110 million agreement with Brighton to recruit Moises Caicedo, the midfielder ended up joining Chelsea, where Romeo Lavia also ended up despite the Merseyside club’s persistent desire. This transfer window has only added to Jurgen Klopp’s dissatisfaction.


Liverpool is still lacking in midfield depth following the departures of Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, Naby Keita, James Milner, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during this transfer window. Despite having signed Japan international captain Wataru Endo from Stuttgart, Liverpool is still interested in 22-year-old Andre


While midfielder Sofyan Amrabat of Fiorentina and Ryan Gravenberch of Bayern Munich have also been linked to the Reds, other teams, including Manchester United, are also keeping an eye on those two players.


According to ESPN, Fluminense’s decision to reject the gifted Andre’s departure this month was made because they want to stay in the Copa Libertadores and consider the midfielder to be an essential member of the club. The Brazilian behemoths begin a knockout match on Friday against Olimpia of Paraguay, with the return match taking place the following week.


According to the source, Fluminense will be willing to cash in on their top player in January, but all parties are aware that the Reds would not rekindle their interest in Andre. Instead, Liverpool will turn their attention to other targets. Kalvin Phillips of Manchester City is one such target who they are presently thinking about making an approach for.


Andre received his first senior cap for Brazil earlier this year and has over 100 games for Fluminense under his belt. The Copa Libertadores is currently taking place because the Brazilian football season extends into the British summer, and South American clubs are frequently more willing to sell in the winter.




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