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Liverpool is reportedly targeting a 23-year-old Premier League defender, as per a pundit’s analysis…



Liverpool has wasted no time in getting their transfer plans underway ahead of a busy summer at Anfield. The team’s recent performances have completely changed the course of their season, which was initially set for a remarkable ending.


Liverpool has initiated their transfer plans in preparation for a busy summer at Anfield.


The recent performances over the past couple of months have shifted the course of the Reds’ season, which was initially set for a remarkable conclusion.


Jurgen Klopp’s team had hopes of competing in the Europa League, FA Cup, and Premier League.


However, in Klopp’s last season, they will only secure a Carabao Cup victory.


With Arne Slot poised to take over from the German tactician, the team is already looking ahead to the upcoming summer transfer window.


The team is highly determined to enhance the center-back position and is actively seeking to acquire a prominent player for this role.


Despite the fans’ persistent pleas for the team to secure a reliable striker, a versatile winger, or a skilled midfielder, it seems that the club finds the center-back position particularly enticing.


During an episode of The Josh & Darko Show, esteemed journalist Sami Mokbel revealed that Liverpool is seriously considering the prospect of signing Crystal Palace’s Marc Guehi.


According to Mokbel, Marc Guehi is an attractive option for various top Premier League clubs, with Liverpool being one of them.


If Crystal Palace decides to part ways with him, this summer would be the ideal time due to his contract situation.


Despite a recent knee injury that required surgery, Guehi is on the road to recovery and is expected to be back before the end of the season. It seems that Liverpool is seriously contemplating this opportunity.


Liverpool is in need of improved defensive depth and quality.


Considering that Joel Matip’s contract is set to expire at the end of this season, it would be prudent for Liverpool to secure the services of a central defender.


Given the concerns surrounding Ibrahima Konate’s form, it would be a wise move for the club to bring in a defender who can fill in for him when necessary.


Reports suggest that the Palace defender could come with a price tag of approximately £50 million. However, the Eagles are facing a challenging situation as he only has two years remaining on his current deal.


Despite his limited playing experience at the highest level, the fact that the 23-year-old defender has earned nine caps for England speaks volumes about the high regard in which Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate holds him.