Liverpool didn’t make many summer signings. The Reds were relatively restrained in comparison to how much business they were expected to do on the back of winning the Premier League. One of their signings hasn’t made one league appearance this term. The Liverpool ECHO has clarified that Liverpool haven’t received any approaches for Kostas Tsimikas.
Liverpool sign Tsimikas
The Reds swoop for Kostas Tsimikas was a swift one.
Liverpool had been linked with a move for Jamal Lewis from Norwich but the Canaries rejected the club’s advances, pricing the left back out of a dream move.
Just days after the Reds’ bid for Lewis was rejected news broke that Liverpool had agreed an £11.75m fee for Kostas Tsimikas.
Since then the Greek full back’s appearances have been limited by injuries and the fine fitness of Andy Robertson.
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Tsimikas hasn’t been called into action in the league yet and has made three starts, two in the Champions League and one in the EFL cup.
Interest in Kostas Tsimikas
According to the Liverpool ECHO, there have been no approaches made for Kostas Tsimikas.
The outlet has reported that despite claims that Olympiakos and Panathinaikos had made bids for the defender, the club have in fact received no approaches.
The ECHO adds that the Greek could even make his FA Cup debut today against Manchester United.
What RTK has to say
It comes as no surprise that Liverpool aren’t selling Kostas Tsimikas.
Rumours of offers from elsewhere must’ve just been bored journalists trying to transform Andy Robertson’s solid fitness into a story.
Hopefully we’ll get a good look at the summer signing today, there’s no better game to announce yourself than United away.