Liverpool eyeing free €40m ‘boxer’, who has the ‘skill-set of Zidane’

Liverpool requests to be updated on the star’s contract status at Juventus.


Adrien Rabiot, a midfielder for Juventus, is a subject that interests Liverpool.


Adrien Rabiot, a midfielder for Juventus, has a contract dilemma, and according to 90min (h/t Liverpool Echo), Liverpool has requested to be kept informed.



The French international has yet to sign a new contract; his present one with the Serie A powerhouses expires in the summer (Transfermarkt). He reportedly told Mirror that he wants to play in the Champions League and that’s how his future would be decided.


The former Paris-Saint-Germain midfielder is attracting interest from teams including Liverpool, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur. In August, United and he reached an agreement to sign him, but the deal failed.


Rabiot was a standout for France during their journey to the World Cup championship. With seven goals and two assists in 29 games from the midfield, the 27-year-old has also been in decent form for Juventus.


The Frenchman is a ball-controlling central midfielder who enjoys making forward runs with or without the ball and managing the game’s tempo. A Jurgen Klopp midfielder must run hard in the middle of the park to close down opponents, and he does this.



Liverpool can ignore Rabiot even if they could use a midfield makeover in the upcoming summer transfer window. Although he is a very good player, Klopp’s system might not work for him at all.


While Mason Mount and Matheus Nunes have a strong probability of being signed by the Reds, we are aware that Jude Bellingham is their main target.


Also, we can observe that Stefan Bajcetic and Harvey Elliott are progressing well. They can compete for regular minutes the following season after one complete season.


This means that these two, together with perhaps three new midfielders and a few more experienced ones (like Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, and Thiago Alcantara), will make up a superb midfield team.


Jamie Carragher warns Liverpool fans not to ‘get too carried away’ after Man United victory

According to Jamie Carragher of Monday Night Football, despite Liverpool’s thumping of Manchester United, they are not returning.


The Reds great did acknowledge that Liverpool’s second-half effort against Erik ten Hag’s team was comparable to some of their best recent performances under Jurgen Klopp.


With a game in hand and a stronger goal differential after thrashing United 7-0, Klopp’s team is currently only three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.



Liverpool has the following chances of finishing in the top four, according to Carragher:


“I wouldn’t get very enthused about Manchester United’s defeat; I don’t think they had lost in 22 games, and I wouldn’t say Liverpool had made a comeback.


In the second half, we were watching a performance by Liverpool from three or four years prior, but even more recently, even as Liverpool’s results have improved, it hasn’t been the same Liverpool.


“The fact that the bar was set so high made it difficult, in my opinion, but it gives everyone optimism that Liverpool can place among the top four.


“Since the World Cup, I believe the majority of Liverpool supporters haven’t believed their team would place in the top four. However, now that they are in the running, some may declare them the favorites, but I still believe they have a chance given that Newcastle and Tottenham are currently in those spots. But right now, they have a terrific chance to succeed if they continue to play like they did in that second half “said a Liverpool fan.


Carragher’s evaluation is well balanced because United somewhat outperformed the opposing team in terms of opportunities created in the first half.



The second-half blitz, though, cannot be disregarded. Even if United threw in the white towels, Liverpool’s football was wonderful to watch for its clinical nature.


The fans deserved this after suffering through a lot this season, Andrew Robertson said after the game. Nevertheless, he made sure that this was supported with successful performances in the upcoming games.


The Reds need to Ƅeaт Bournemouth on Saturday in order to support the United thrashing if they want to finish fourth. Otherwise, it would be essentially pointless. We have so frequently this campaign followed up significant victories with sloppy draws and defeats.


A second leg of the Champions League match between Real Madrid is also forthcoming. The least they can do is make the European champions’ situation as difficult as they can, even though it seems impossible to overcome a three-goal deficit away from home.

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