This summer, Ibrahim Sangare of PSV Eindhoven is allegedly a target for Liverpool.
According to an ESPN NL story, which quotes intimate friends of Sangare, such is the case.
In the transfer market, Liverpool has had a hectic few days.
Jurgen Klopp had to enter the transfer market this summer due to a large-scale exodus of midfielders from Anfield.
To date, Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister have been hired to assist Liverpool in getting back into the Champions League.
In contrast, they are currently aiming to sign Moises Caicedo from Brighton and perhaps Romeo Lavia from Southampton.
Liverpool has had a club-record bid accepted for Caicedo, but he may still end up at Chelsea.
Lavia was a longtime target for Liverpool this summer, but he might also be playing his football at Stamford Bridge this year.
As they continue to explore their alternatives this summer, Liverpool now wants to sign Ibrahim Sangare.
One Liverpool star is already well-known as the “unstoppable” midfielder.
Sangare wishes to join Liverpool.
According to the ESPN NL report, the Ivorian international is coveted by Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain.
They further claim that a proposal made by Nottingham Forest for the 25-year-old was rejected.
Sangare is a phenomenal midfielder and could be just what Jurgen Klopp is looking for.
He doesn’t specialize in any one aspect of midfield play as he’s capable of chipping in with goals and assists, while also being a terrific defensive player.
Very few players can play as many different roles in the center of the pitch as Sangare.
As the number six behind Mac Allister and Szoboszlai, he would feel very at ease.
He is, though, a brilliant ball carrier as well, and he may hold the secret to linking Liverpool’s defense and attack.
Cody Gakpo, with whom Sangare once shared the pitch at PSV, is also a major favorite of his.
He called him a “fantastic player” during the World Cup and might work with him once more this year.
Sangare might be the key for Liverpool to rapidly address their midfield crisis.
Any decision will, however, probably depend on whether Moises Caicedo stays at Anfield.