Deal agreed: A £60m star arrived at Liverpool today as deal Finalized

After signing André, Liverpool can sign a second Brazilian midfield player. At $60 million, he has all the makings of the ideal Jürgen Klopp player.


The most of the conversation about Liverpool in the run-up to the January transfer window is on a potential deal for André Trindade, a midfield player for Fluminense. Fluminense was hesitant to part with one of its top players in the middle of the season, so Jürgen Klopp’s team was never able to complete the signing of the Brazilian during the summer.


Now that Fluminense’s season is over, though, there shouldn’t be any barriers preventing Liverpool from finalizing a deal for André. This move could be a major turning point for the Reds.

Premier League clubs now have far easier access to South American players because to the FA’s new point-based system and changes to work visa regulations brought about by Brexit. Many clubs, including Brighton and Manchester City, have taken advantage of this by immediately signing excellent South American players.


However, Liverpool hasn’t completely adopted the trend yet. However, with André, things might be different, and Liverpool shouldn’t give up once the game gets going. With Argentina and Brazil having two of the greatest World Cup teams ever, South America is a wellspring of talent.

In response to a possible André transfer, Liverpool may sign another gifted Brazilian midfield player. Fabrizio Romano reports that Luis Guilhereme is being considered by the team. One of Brazil’s top players right now, along with Endrick, who is headed to Real Madrid, Liverpool is said to have been following him for a while.



Additionally, according to Romano, the midfield player for Palmeiras is set to ink a new deal with his team that will have a $60 million (£48 million/€55 million) release clause. Although it seems like a lot of money for a midfielder who is only 17 years old and has only made 26 first team appearances, Guilherme may find it worthwhile.



The young Brazilian has recently drawn attention after scoring twice at the U17 level against Argentina and England. With the ability to play on both wings and the left, this left-footed winger might be Mohamed Salah’s backup at Anfield in the future. He may even be his heir.


Guilherme’s versatility extends beyond his ability to play as an attacking midfielder; he can also drop back and cover as a wing-back. He is the ideal Klopp player because of his adaptability, which allows the Liverpool boss to practically shape him into whatever he wants.


The transfer fee that is now being quoted for his services is not even that high. When compared to the exorbitant costs incurred by teams such as Chelsea and Manchester United, Guilherme’s release clause may prove to be a steal in the future.


Liverpool should definitely make a move into the South American market. The market can provide a lot, and the club has a strong scouting presence there.

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