Liverpool are not liable to sprinkle out on a move for Bayer Leverkusen protector Piero Hincapie in January regardless of his representative’s new remarks, sources have told Football Insider
The 21-year-old’s delegate, Manuel Sierra, has affirmed the Reds were keen on the protector throughout the late spring window – and are among various clubs in conversations over a January move.
He likewise guaranteed Hincapie won’t cost under €50million (£43.25million).
In any case, it is accepted Liverpool are not prone to spend that charge in the January window – regardless of the craving to add a left-sided focus back to their positions.
Hincapie’s contribution in the 2023-24 mission so far has been restricted.
The Ecuador global has made only one beginning in a potential 10 games for Leverkusen up to this point this term.
Hincapie can play as a middle back, yet in addition as a left-back – and did so routinely for Leverkusen last term.
He showed up across all rivalries in the 2022-23 mission, scoring one objective and one help.
The left-footer moved to the German club from Argentine side Tallares in 2021.
The 21-year-old played three gathering games for Ecuador at the 2022 World Cup and has now shown up for his country regardless of his young age.
Liverpool have a few different choices on their waitlist as they focus on a left-sided focus back.
Football Insider uncovered on Friday (6 October) that the Reds and Man Joined are excited about Wearing CP protector Goncalo Inacio – with the Portuguese side surrendered to losing him sooner rather than later.
Jurgen Klopp’s side sit fourth in the Head Association following their 2-2 draw against Brighton on Sunday (8 October).
The Reds are next in real life against rivals Everton on 21 October.