Speaking to WettFreunde, Fabrizio Romano has been discussing Liverpool’s switch plans and ongoing hyperlinks to Marco Asensio.
The Times reported earlier this month that Calvin Ramsay might be the Reds’ ultimate signing of the switch window, however based on Romano, a transfer for Asensio may come onto the desk on the finish of the window.
Romano claims that Liverpool are very pleased with their present squad, however, as we all know, something can occur between now and August and if Asensio is offered for an inexpensive payment, the Reds may swoop.
What’s been stated?
Romano shared what he is aware of about Asensio and Liverpool.
“I think that would be really difficult. It could maybe be something for the end of the transfer window. In case Liverpool decide to change their position. But at the moment they say internally that they are happy with the squad they have.
“It could depend on the impact of the young players who signed them. For example Fabio Carvalho, who was fantastic in the league at Fulham and who is believed to be ready for the first team to play at the highest level at Liverpool. Of course, while we’re preparing, we’ll have to wait and see how it develops and everything else.
Nothing is in sight for Marco Asensio as Liverpool are very happy with Darwin (Nunez), (Fabio) Carvalho and (Calvin) Ramsay. They are very happy with their transfer window. They are already thinking about new contract extensions. They plan for the future and not just for the present”.
Romano says that this transfer may depend upon the influence that Liverpool’s younger gamers make, and, in our view, that makes this transfer moderately unlikely.
Indeed, Liverpool appear to be intent on trusting their kids, and given the standard that the likes of Harvey Elliott, Fabio Carvalho and Curtis Jones have, it’s arduous to see these younger gamers letting them down.
Asensio, fairly merely, isn’t wanted at Liverpool at this second in time.
In different information, Superstar says he was ‘on the verge’ of becoming a member of Arsenal earlier than £31m transfer