Liverpool have been given a boost in their pursuit of a Real Madrid star after the Spanish giants made him available for transfer.
Jurgen Klopp is now collaborating with donning head Michael Edwards about the Reds' January transfer plans. In late April, the club only signed one player, Ibrahima Konate, who arrived from RB Leipzig for roughly £35 million.
Liverpool, despite having very little cash on hand, may be able to sign a few of players in January. To relieve the pressure on Mo Salah and Sadio Mane, they might take on assaulting fortifications.
Dusan Vlahovic and Karim Adeyemi have recently been linked. Marco Asensio, the playmaker for Real Madrid, is also considered a target.
According to Spanish media ABC (via Mirror), Asensio has been made'surplus to requirements' at the Bernabeu. Los Blancos executives are hoping to trade him the following year, possibly in January or in late spring.
This season, the 25-year-old has only played in a few games and has yet to complete an hour and a half in La Liga. On September 22, he coped with a full go-around versus Mallorca, but he is far from a vital first-team contributor.
Carlo Ancelotti's connection with Asensio has been ruined by his experience on the bench. The Italian enjoys collaborating with Luka Modric, who adds a creative spark to the midfield. Asensio won't be able to play on the right wing because either Eden Hazard or Vinicius Junior will be there.
Liverpool is aware of the situation and is reportedly 'considering' a bid. Asensio's contract expires in June 2023, they might be able to get him for a lower price.
At Anfield, the Spain international may be a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum. He's a creative player who can break down any barrier between midfield and attack.
Harvey Elliott sparkled in that scenario at the start of the campaign, but he had a serious physical problem against Leeds.
Trying to figure out who will be the next Premier League manager to be fired.
Kostas Tsimikas rehashes the Liverpool scenario.
Olympiacos midfielder Aguibou Camara is another player on Liverpool's waiting list. He is a Guinean who is 20 years old and appears to have a bright future in Europe.
In August of last year, Kostas Tsimikas left the Greek club for Anfield. Camara might now travel to England with his prior colleague.
Giannis Chorianopoulos, a writer, is responsible for the link. He was one of the first to spot Liverpool's edge in Tsimikas during the previous summer.
Camara moved to Olympiacos in July from Lille's B group. During four outings in the Greek first class, he has piqued interest.
Despite the fact that he has yet to score, the attacking midfielder has featured twice in the Europa League group stage.
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