Liverpool’s quest for Wilfred Ndidi seems to have come to an end with the player committing again to Leicester City.
”Ndidi is happy at Leicester City, he is one hundred percent committed to Leicester City and it’s confirmed he’s not leaving the club to join Liverpool,” a top source who spoke to the Super Eagles star told allnigeriasoccer.com.”Liverpool have not contacted him about joining the club.”
With Ndidi out of the picture, here are three players Liverpool can look at for next season.
The young German is highly talented and was named the youngest ever captain of his previous club 1860 Munich at the age of 18. He is good on the ball, has a way past defenders, well-disciplined and knows his game and limitations inside out. However, at the age of 22, what is perhaps most impressive about him is his ability to stick to the tactical game plan word to word and carry out instructions by the letter.
If Weigl were to move, he would form a part of a three-man midfield alongside Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita. While Henderson will be tasked with holding and shielding his defence, Weigl’s ability to spread the game would free up Liverpool’s attack to create mayhem in the final third for the opposition.
The 22-year old Serbian midfielder currently plays for Lazio. The central midfielder is an action-packed player and has a tenacious engine to keep playing 90 minutes day in day out. His added quality of having a keen…