A well-known journalist in Greece has hinted that Liverpool are now likely to pursue a midfielder transfer before the window closes in early September.
Jurgen Klopp faces an injury crisis at the club just three weeks into the season and is now missing Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita, Curtis Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Despite the well-documented issues, the club have remained resolute in not panicking in the transfer market, but the journalist who announced Kostas Tsimikas’ move to Liverpool from Olympiacos thinks that may not be the case .
Giannis Chorianopoulos Greece’s Sportime said on Monday it now looks like Liverpool will make the decision to add a midfielder before the transfer window closes.
Could it be that Chorianopoulos, with his close ties to Olympiacos and Greek football, is hinting that Liverpool could make a move for previously flagged target Aguibou Camara?
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It’s hard to know, but several reports over the last 12 months have suggested that Liverpool are interested in the attacking midfielder.
The Guinea international has a growing reputation in the game and could offer a long-term solution for Klopp, something the German has been keen to stress the club need in recent weeks before they are ready to consider a transfer.
Chorianopoulos has proven his reliability in the past, so it’s possible there will be at least one other entrant this summer and Camara could be on the list of possible candidates.
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