Liverpool could reportedly make a move to sign Andre Trindade, with the Reds already working to sign Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich.

According to Football Transfers, the Anfield side could make a renewed attempt to sign the Brazilian youngster with West Ham now entering the picture to sign Andre this week.

The 22-year-old has been linked with a move to Liverpool all summer, though with Gravenberch now Jurgen Klopp’s top priority, many expect interest in Andre to be shelved.

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However, this might now not be the case, with Liverpool potentially thinking about a new move for Andre as interest from West Ham begins to build up some steam.

Given how exciting a prospect Andre is and how experienced the midfielder is in South America, the 22-year-old could be a great signing for Liverpool.

Moreover, alongside Gravenberch, the midfielder could form the base of a new-look system for the Reds, with Andre a talent who Klopp could look to build his Liverpool core around.

Liverpool have to launch new move for Andre

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Liverpool’s approach to signings this summer has been weird, to say the least. And with the window finally coming to an end tomorrow, the Reds can go out with a bang by launching another move for Andre.

With Gravenberch in the works, adding another midfielder in Andre could be an exciting deal for the Reds, especially with how promising the Brazilian maestro is.

Having rebuilt the midfield from scratch this summer, adding Andre to the mix could complete the takeover once and for all, and Liverpool could have the finances to make a deal possible.

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