Liverpool are entering a summer transfer window which could prove pivotal. The Reds have a number of key decisions to make ahead of next season. According to The Athletic, Liverpool could move for Renato Sanches and change system as a result.
Renato Sanches history
Modern football has made wonderkids the most valuable commodities in the sport.
If you are young and talented you can often be thrust into the spotlight before you’re ready, prompting big money moves as clubs scramble to get their hands on the next best thing.
This is what happened to Renato Sanches.
In October 2016 the European Golden Boy award, shortly after a big money move to Bayern Munich.
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The Portuguese midfielder’s stint in Germany didn’t work out.
He was sent on loan to Swansea City and eventually sold to Lille.
The 23-year-old has come on leaps and bounds at the French side and is threatening to realise his potential.
Liverpool could move for Renato Sanches
This summer could see the youngster move again.
According to The Athletic’s The Radar, Liverpool could bid for Renato Sanches.
The outlet has claimed that the ex-Bayern man could be a surprise Gini Wijnaldum replacement.
The report states that he would represent a change in system for Jürgen Klopp as he excels in carrying the ball as opposed to Gini’s more restricted role.
What RTK has to say
We wouldn’t be against this move.
The recruitment team have our full backing, they rarely get things wrong.
Should they deem Renato Sanches to be an astute buy for Liverpool then we’ll trust their judgement.
At just 23-years-old he has plenty of time to improve and Jürgen Klopp can mould him in his image.