Liverpool was regarded as one of the many esteemed names Bruno Guimaraes had admirers.
If the Reds, or any other team, are to have any chance of obtaining the Brazilian international in the future, it appears that they will need to back up their claims with action.
Tsimikas is happy to have signed a new deal with Liverpool.
This comes in response to an X update from Fabrizio Romano, who stated that it will only be a “matter of days” before Newcastle and the midfield player formally sign a new deal that will last until 2028. The deal will also include a release clause worth nine figures to stave off possible suitors.
Despite being a holding midfielder, it’s possible that the deep-lying playmaker isn’t the best fit for what the Reds are trying to find in the transfer window before January 1.
Though right-footed Jarell Quansah has been a standout player in the iconic red shirt, a left-footed center-back is undoubtedly on the top of our list of things to do.
We could try to rekindle our interest in Andre of Fluminense in order to satisfy our desire to bring in a dynamic young No. 6.
Despite not being a particularly strong tackler, his FBref metrics indicate that he is a very dependable player in possession, as evidenced by his 99th percentile completion and attempt rates.
Considering our evident shift away from the gegenpress and towards a more possession-based style of game, those are numbers that will no doubt continue to appeal to the number-crunchers in our recruitment department.
Additionally, you can be certain that we won’t have to pay £100 million to get Andre to Anfield!