Liverpool want the most, buyout ‘133 billion’ 21-year-old center back

 While Liverpool (England) is pushing to reinforce their centre-back, they are aiming for Yoshko Gbardiol (21), who has recently risen to stardom. However, it is expected that multiple clubs will be interested and the recruitment competition is heating up먹튀검증, and that the transfer allowed amount (buyout) has risen to 85.7 million pounds (approximately 133 billion won) after recently renewing the contract with Leipzig (Germany). see.

European soccer transfer market expert Rudy Galetti said on social media on the 15th (Korean time), “Based on trends so far, it is known that Liverpool is the club that is showing the most interest in Gbardiol.” told

Liverpool are planning a major overhaul for the upcoming summer transfer window. This season, unlike previous years, it fell into the middle ranks due to a particularly long slump, and this is because it is pushed back in terms of squad competitiveness compared to clubs competing for championships.

In particular, he is focusing on strengthening the center back line. This is because Ibrahima Konate (23), Joe Gomez (25), and Yoel Matip (31) are all suffering from “headaches” as they spend more time away from each other. Recently, even Virgil Van Dyke (31) has been getting more frequent injuries. Accordingly, they are showing interest in considering Gbardiol as a ‘top priority’ for recruitment.

Croatian-born Gvardiol has recently been highly regarded as a ‘monster’ defender. He has a solid physique, and his speed is fast, so his rear space cover is outstanding. His foot technique and passing ability are good, so he is good at rear build-up.

In particular, Gbardiol made his name known worldwide by playing an active role as a mainstay of the Croatian national football team at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. He showed amazing performances by playing full-time in all 7 matches from the group stage to the 3rd and 4th place. As a result, his ransom soared to 66.7 million pounds (approximately 103.5 billion won) based on the transfer market specialized media ‘Transfermarkt’.

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