Liverpool’s Interest in Morten Frendrup Confirmed: An Eye on the Future

Liverpool is indeed interested in signing Genoa star Morten Frendrup, according to journalist Paul Gorst. The Reds are reportedly in the front row to secure the midfielder’s services, facing competition from Juventus, West Ham, and Crystal Palace. While the Serie A club is seeking over €20 million (£17.2 million) for Frendrup, Liverpool’s pursuit aligns with their ongoing search for a defensive midfielder.

The summer departure of Fabinho left a void, prompting attempts to sign Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia, who ultimately chose Chelsea. Despite the subsequent acquisition of Wataru Endo, currently absent due to the Asian Cup, Liverpool continues to explore options for a no.6 that suits their tactical style.

Italian outlet Tuttosport broke the news about Liverpool’s interest in Frendrup, confirming the competition from other clubs. Liverpool ECHO correspondent Paul Gorst, speaking to the Anfield Wrap, corroborated the reports, stating, “It seems that he’s one Liverpool are looking at.” However, he emphasized that Liverpool is exploring various options and remains unsure about the advanced nature of plans to sign Frendrup.

The potential transfer faces a hurdle regarding the homegrown issue, but Gorst suggests keeping an eye on the situation, hinting that a move might be more likely in the summer than during the January transfer window. As Liverpool navigates the complexities of the transfer market, Morten Frendrup emerges as a player under consideration, offering a glimpse into the club’s future plans.

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