What Andre thinks about coming to Liverpool

Based on Andre’s latest remarks, it seems that Liverpool had a sincere interest in him throughout the summer.


The Fluminense star said his coach, Fernando Diniz, had played a key influence in his choice to remain in South America following an agreement between the two in January.


“I don’t know if I would feel 100% comfortable if I had accepted this proposal, because I had already agreed with Diniz,” the Brazilian said to Globo Esporte (via Sport Witness).

“He often teaches me that wonderful things always happen when we do the right things, and he greatly appreciates words and honesty. He assured me in January that if he stayed, I would play and my value would rise. In the round of 16, our team can lose. I believe the choice must be made by you.


In the end, everybody will agree that I made the right choice. I consider staying, attempting to obtain this title, and trying to assist as much as I could to have been a really faithful gesture on my part. So, I knew I made the right decision today, whether or not our team advanced to the quarterfinals, semifinals, or championship.


On November 4, the Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A team will play Boca Juniors in the Copa Libertadores final.

An excellent measure of character

Even while there’s no denying that Andre would have made Liverpool a stronger team heading into the season, we must respect his dedication to doing morally.



Andre Andre in action for Fluminense (Image courtesy of Getty Images and Carl DE Souza/AFP)(

If Liverpool decides to retry for his services in January, this is undoubtedly a sign of his character. By then, you would think that with the Brazilian first division season over, there would be a little less opposition to the idea.



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