Liverpool warned of 'panic-buying' £40m World Cup star in search of 'next Gini Wijnaldum'


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The Reds are currently sixth in the Premier League table, seven points off Manchester United in fourth, and may need to get another midfielder through the door in January in order to overturn the deficit.

Amrabat could be that player, but they will face competition should Liverpool wish to sign the Morocco star from the likes of Tottenham, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Amrabat has previously admitted that he admires Atletico boss Diego Simeone’s style of play, but also reiterated his commitment to Fiorentina. “I’m proud to be linked to top clubs like Barcelona and Atletico,” Amrabat said. “But I’m a Fiorentina player, I respect the club and I’ve a great relationship with the president. Simeone? We have a good coach at Fiorentina too but… yes, I like El Cholo’s [Simeone’s] style [of play].”



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