Liverpool as said to be considering a move for Laliga and Villarreal 19 year old talent Yeremi Pino but face fierce competion from fellow premier league club Arsenal who are said to be almost near a deal with the player.
Even though Jurgen Klopp made it clear that Liverpool won't be signing any new player this summer after bringing in three new faces, he will be forced to splash cash on the player considering his injuries.
With now Thiago Alcantara picking an injury during visit to Fulham joining the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Curtis Jones in the injury list, it's clear that the reds mid is dieing slowly and must bring in new midfielders.
Yeremi Pino is valued at £50 million by Villarreal and he is currently the brightest lad in the team but despite that, Villarreal won't mind cashing him out as per reports. We hope he ends at Anfield and that way the reds mid will start coming back to life if not, then we might see Crystal Palace doing worse to them than Fulham did.
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