Liverpool consistently reported entering into the race bidding for the Roma defender Roger Ibanez because of the vigorous injury crisis, depleting their squad as the Reds are heading towards the January Transfer window.
The Covid-19 enforced delay to the start of the 2020-21 Premier League season, leaving the audience in unutterable disappointment. The players and club managers are involved in a series of confrontations with the Broadcasters because of the intensive fixture scheduling, changes in football guidelines, and restrictions to pandemic protocols.
This season recorded the highest of casualty for Liverpool impending their chase to the top of the table with Tottenham Hotspur, with key players Virgil Van Dijk, Joe Gomez remained long term absentees, while James Milner, Alisson Becker, Mohamed Salah, and many others in the list disappeared for short intervals.
Will Jurgen Klopp opt for a Long-Term to Roger Ibanez?
Huge pressure is upon the manager Jurgen Klopp whether to opt for potential youngsters amid the transfer window to fill up the voids or to hold on with the present squad. However, Klopp’s reinforcement for the new arrivals is questioned by everyone.
Several Players have been linked to having a switch to one of the legendary clubs of the Premier League and Jurgen Klopp is insistent on having a steady record of players as a perfect fit for their starrers. But, the hopes showered upon the prominent players remains a doubt if they are failed to return for fulfilling their responsibilities.
The 22-year old Brazilian International is presently on loan with the Italian Club from Serie A rivals from Atlanta, which seek the attention from the Merseyside to hope for a significant deal with the Roman defender.
According to AS Roma Live via Sports Witness, Liverpool is ready to pay around £30million for Roger Ibanez, who was previously the subject of failed bids from Tottenham and Leicester City. This could make a huge difference for the Club’s defensive department as he strives to be highly efficient and rustling to keep up the pace.
But there’s no going down for the victorious campaigning of Klopp rivaling for new arrivals as it is quite important for the Reds to have an unchanging team serving for a permanent long-term basis to secure title glories in the upcoming seasons.
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