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The “charismatic” Liverpool target is now willing to leave the club in January.

According to Sky Sports journalist Florian Plettenberg, Liverpool have got a big boost in their pursuit of a “charismatic” player.


Liverpool’s January transfer strategy
Those in charge at Anfield will be deciding how to approach the January transfer window, with cash potentially available to bring in reinforcements mid-season. Jurgen Klopp has never been a manager who simply spends for the sake of spending, and FSG aren’t exactly free-spending in the mold of Todd Boehly at Chelsea, so no players are guaranteed to come in.

However, Joel Matip’s season-ending ACL injury may have changed Klopp’s mind, with a centre-back perhaps coming in to compensate for the loss of a player in outstanding form. Piero Hincapie of Bayer Leverkusen has been connected with a move to Liverpool, and Goncalo Inacio of Sporting CP is another player who has been linked with a move to the Reds.

In midfield, Fulham enforcer Joao Palhinha is being touted as a possible target, should the Merseysiders look to bring in a more natural No.6 than the existing choices, with Alexis Mac Allister arguably happy as a No.8, and Wataru Endo feeling more like a squad player.

Piero Hincapie has received a boost from Liverpool.
Plettenberg told X that Liverpool target Hincapie is now intent on leaving Leverkusen in the January transfer window.

“Piero Hincapie is looking for a new challenge in the winter because he wants to play more.” He is dissatisfied with his role as a stand-in. But Leverkusen likes him and wants to keep him because Tapsoba and Kossounou will be playing in the African Cup.

“The 21-year-old cb (left foot) has a lot of questions.” There were discussions. Liverpool is keeping an eye on him, but no offer has been made; no actual conversations have taken place.”

If Liverpool decides to bring in a new center-back in January, Hincapie could be considered one of the best choices available. With 30 caps for Ecuador and 64 matches in the Bundesliga under his belt at the age of 21, he may be viewed as an immediate vital player and long-term prospect at Anfield.

Virgil van Dijk is 32 years old, and while he should still be at his best for a few more years, a strategy must be in place to locate the perfect successor to the Dutchman at the heart of Liverpool’s defense.

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