According to Spanish media outlet Fichajes, Liverpool has been linked with a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente.
The Reds have had a slow start to their new season, falling to 16th in the table after three games. They have yet to win a single game this season and now face an uphill battle to resurrect their Premier League title hopes.
Jurgen Klopp's team drew their first two games against Fulham and Crystal Palace, but lost their third game to Manchester United.
An injury crisis early in the season has harmed Liverpool, particularly in the middle of the park.
Marcos Llorente of Atletico Madrid is the latest player to be linked with a move to Anfield. The Spaniard joined Diego Simeone's side from local rivals Real Madrid in 2019 for around £42 million.
He recently signed a new deal to extend his stay at the Metropolitano Stadium until the summer of 2027. However, the report suggests that he could potentially leave this summer due to a positional shift in manager Diego Simeone’s system.
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