Liverpool have an exciting transfer window in the summer of 2022, with the Reds signing Aurelien Chuameni to revitalize their aging midfield.
The Merseysiders eventually lost interest from Real Madrid (despite reports of a £68m bid), but after the head coach admitted a few things, they turned to Carlo Ancelotti’s liking. There’s probably one sign that a move might go wrong. positional relationship with the French.
“Chuameni is not comfortable playing with another DM in midfield.3, Camavinga is better in that aspect,” Italy’s Real Madrid TV (via Madrid Universal). A double pivot? That might be a future idea.”
As many as three midfielders could leave the AXA training center permanently at the end of the season if their contracts are not renewed (except for loan star Arthur Melo).
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So when you enter your next campaign with a higher level of preparation, you need both quantity and quality in terms of the income you need.
Jude Bellingham remains an absolute priority for Jürgen Klopp’s men in 2023, but watch out for Chumeni’s situation in the Spanish capital in case concerns persist about his use in midfield threes. would be worth paying for
It’s unlikely we’ll be poaching the former Monaco player from the Champions League holders any time soon, but we know it’s a profile he was very keen on before his move to Los Whites.
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