Romano thinks Premier League clubs want a Lozano-like player worth £18 million, and joining Liverpool is his “greatest goal.”


In recent days, Liverpool has been connected to Hirving Lozano of Napoli


The Reds are considering a move for the 27-year-old next summer, according to a report in The Mirror earlier this month.

Fabrizio Romano has since revealed that a player who has been compared to Lozano is attracting interest from the Premier League.

What is this situation’s relationship to Liverpool? The athlete in issue, though, has previously stated that playing for the Reds is his “greatest dream.”

Celtic’s Liel Abada has excelled for the Hoops ever since he joined the team 18 months ago.

This has given rise to rumors that the 21-year-old will be transferred to the Premier League.


Southampton reportedly wants to lure Abada to St Mary’s, according to Premier League names.

The Daily Record reports that Celtic will allegedly hold talks about better terms in the upcoming weeks.

Thus, Liverpool or any other potential suitors would have to move quickly.

However, the Reds do possess a distinct advantage because they are Abada’s ideal team.

His “greatest dream” is to someday join for Liverpool, he admitted to Sport5 in Israel in 2021.

We’ll examine the Lozano comparisons next. Football Talent Scout, who published a factsheet on the player on Twitter last year, claims this.


There haven’t been any rough estimates of cost reported in the media.

Abada’s estimated worth is £18 million, according to Maccabi Petah Tikva chairman Avi Luzon, who made the claim in the summer (via the Daily Record).

Should Liverpool make a January raid for Abada?

Although Abada is a very promising prospect, Liverpool ought to (and most likely will) wait for now.

The Reds advanced their Luis Diaz strategy last year, but Tottenham was also interested in him and he had experience at the highest level.

Luis Díaz
Luis Díaz

Before choosing whether to make a move for Abada, Liverpool will probably want to allow him more time to mature, either at Celtic or somewhere else.

He has talent, no doubt, but we would imagine Liverpool would wait to invest more than £18 million on him until they saw how he performed in the Premier League.

Even if his price tag were to soar in a few years, it would do so as a result of performances that have been demonstrated in the English top division.

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