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Liverpool should move for Eduardo Camavinga after latest update

Liverpool are in need of reinforcements in the midfield. Some Kopites are wondering why we haven’t replaced Gini Wijnaldum yet. The solution to the problem could be found in France. Liverpool should move swiftly for Eduardo Camavinga amid reports he can leave for £30m.

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Gini Wijnaldum leaves

The Reds relied heavily on Gini Wijnaldum during his time at Anfield.

The Dutchman rarely missed a Premier League game during his five-year stint.

This summer the midfielder left on a free transfer and joined PSG.

Since his departure the club have neglected to sign a replacement.

Last year we saw just how wrong things can go when you allow players to leave without being replaced, the decision not to sign a centre back after Dejan Lovren’s departure was a disaster.

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Eduardo Camavinga fee

This summer there will be plenty of clubs keeping an eye on the situation at Rennes.

The Ligue 1 club’s wonderkid centre midfielder is one of the most sought after youngsters in the game.

This summer he entered the final year of his contract with the club and he looks unlikely to sign a new deal.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Eduardo Camavinga will be allowed to leave for around £30m.

Liverpool need to swoop for Eduardo Camavinga

The Reds are in need of additional numbers in the middle of the park.

Liverpool signing Eduardo Camavinga makes perfect sense.

The Express has already linked the Reds with a move for the 18-year-old.

At just £30m he’d be a steal, he’s got well over a decade left in the tank and his value could treble in the coming years.

Therefore he perfectly fits the FSG profile: he’s young and bound to net a profit if we decide to sell him.

If we don’t act fast then we could see our rivals steal a march on us, whoever gets the youngster next could well have him for the majority of his career.

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