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Liverpool now favourites to land £51m Serie A star midfielder

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Liverpool now favourites to land £51m Serie A star midfielder.

Liverpool have for long been monitoring Polish international Piotr Zielinski and the midfielder is once again linked to the Reds.

According to Calcio Mercato, Zielinski is one of the best midfielders in Serie A and has been in top form this season. For this reason, he is sought after by big clubs and Liverpool are favorites.

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The renowned Italian news source has stated that the Merseysiders have followed the 27-year-old player since he played for Udinese, highly rated by Jurgen and now, the Reds are leading in the race to finally sign him.

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He has recorded 10 goals and 13 assists in all competitions for the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium team last season. So far this season he has directly contributed 10 league goals (5 goals and 5 assists) under Luciano Spalletti.

During last summer transfer window, Liverpool sold Marko Grujic to Porto and allowed Gini Wijnaldum to move to Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. The Reds have not replaced the duo as yet.

Zielinski is a versatile player, who can effectively play as DM, CM, and even AM if necessary. According to reports this month (TVP Sport), the Polish star is valued at around £51 million.

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His current contract with the Naples-based team will expire in 2024 and CM claims that president Aurelio de Laurentiis hopes the long-term deal will wade off interest from other clubs.

In other news’ Jose Enrique urges Liverpool to sign young striker ahead of January transfer window.

 

 

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