‘He wants to…’ Fabrizio Romano updates us on the status of the Liverpool players

The 32-year-old’s contract at Anfield is about to expire. He was expected to return this month but has been sidelined since last April with a hip injury.

Therefore, it is very likely that Thiago will not be able to renew his contract.Meanwhile, according to The Mirror, his former club Barcelona are keen to bring him back to Camp Nou to fill the void in midfield.

However, the Italian transfer reporter said the Spaniard will not be leaving the club anytime soon. Romano wrote his daily offside briefing: “No, despite the rumours, I don’t know about Thiago Alcantara’s movements.”It’s been a very quiet January for him so far. There is no discussion and the focus will be on Liverpool as they try to bounce back as quickly as possible.

“The story may change in the summer, but it’s very quiet right now,” he said.However, Jurgen Klopp has seen a number of his squad suffer injuries this season. In this context, it would be very imprudent to reveal the talent of a 32-year-old player.

The former Barcelona star may not be playing much football between now and May, but his experience of winning major trophies could be a valuable asset in the Anfield dressing room. His availability could help drive significant turnover as spring training starts to come together.

The cost of keeping him for the rest of the season and using his talents to help them win the Premier League title before he leaves on a free transfer this summer (if his contract is extended) is far greater than the cost of take and lose money. now. Late fantasy player.

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