Now Liverpool want to beat West Ham to ‘poetry in motion’ star Ibrahim Sangare after fresh talk of David Moyes interest.
And their efforts on that front are set to continue through to the deadline on Friday it seems.
West Ham have impressed with their transfer business following the sale of Declan Rice.
Now Liverpool want to beat West Ham to ‘poetry in motion’ star Ibrahim Sangare after fresh talk of David Moyes interest
After signing Edson Alvarez and James Ward-Prowse many felt West Ham’s midfield rebuild was complete.
But Fabrizio Romano made a shock claim yesterday that Sangare is still firmly on West Ham’s radar.
The problem is now Liverpool want to beat West Ham to ‘poetry in motion’ star Sangare after fresh talk of Moyes interest.
The Hard Tackle are reporting claims that Liverpool have made contact with PSV to sign Sangare before Friday’s deadline.
Unless more departures are on the cards in West Ham’s midfield, move for Sangare does not make sense as Liverpool swoop
This move simply does not make sense for West Ham following the signings of Alvarez and Ward-Prowse. Especially at the rumoured £32m.
Unless of course the Hammers are planning to allow more midfielders to leave before the window shuts?
Klopp is in desperate need of more midfield options having lost several players in that department this summer.
So it could actually be argued Sangare would be guaranteed more game time at Anfield over West Ham as things stand.
Both West Ham and Liverpool are in the Europa League this season whereas Sangare’s club PSV face a Rangers in a Champions League qualifier on Wednesday.
European football expert Zach Lowy has previously described Sangare as ‘poetry in motion’ alongside a video montage showing the star in action.
Amid the links to Liverpool and West Ham, football data experts WhoScored have told talkSPORT, Sangare is the ‘ideal solution’ for the Reds.