Liverpool should not pass up a second opportunity to sign Rodrigo De Paul. The term “electronic commerce” refers to the sale of electronic goods
Liverpool, like everyone else in sport, will be focused on the World Cup final on Sunday. The Reds, on the other hand, had a couple of specific motives for doing so.
Firstly, Ibrahima Konaté featured, getting eight minutes from the bench in extra-time. Enzo Fernández, rumored to be a Liverpool target, also played – and was outstanding.
However, we believe Liverpool was looking for another player – Rodrigo De Paul. The term “electronic commerce” refers to the sale of electronic goods.
Rodrigo De Paul could be on his way to Liverpool.
According to Cadena SER in Spain, Atletico Madrid would want to sell De Paul in 2023. He hasn’t completely clicked with Diego Simeone, and the club wants to take a another approach.
That was, of course, before De Paul won the World Cup. While it may not impact Atletico’s plans, it surely makes him a more attractive player and that includes for Liverpool.
In 2021, De Paul was a dominant Serie A player for Udinese. Messaggero Veneto said that Liverpool were interested in him at the time, but he eventually moved to Real Madrid.
With De Paul back in the lineup, the Reds should renew their interest. We previously thought he’d be a strong fit for the current squad, and his World Cup performances confirmed that.
De Paul served as an all-around attacking midfielder. He was putting in all the necessary fight through midfield, pressing like mad and interrupting play. Simultaneously, he’d continuously go off the ball and link play brilliantly.
Jurgen Klopp prefers this type of midfielder. After all, Liverpool don’t often deploy specialists in midfield, preferring players who can help the team by doing a little bit of everything. Players with the energy to press and the technique to maintain the ball under pressure.
De Paul is exactly that, and he has now demonstrated that he can do it at the top level. If he is actually available again – and Liverpool is looking for new midfielders – it is a chance the Reds should not pass up.