Date of publication: Tuesday June 11, 2019 3:15
Liverpool are considering whether or not to make a transfer to Porto striker Moussa Marega as a reserve for their prolific trio, according to a report.
Marega scored 21 goals and created 11 for his team-mates in all competitions for Porto, including six goals in nine Champions League games and his impressive record has attracted the attention of several European clubs.
Last week Morning mail (by Sport Witnessclaimed West Ham United, city of Leicester and wolves The clubs looked at the 28-year-old striker, but they were left out because of Porto's asking price.
The Portuguese outlet claimed that FC Porto were holding a close to their 40 million euro termination clause as it still has two years of contract and is not under pressure to sell.
Now although French publication Foot Mercato journalist Sebastien Denis (via Sport Witness) suggest that Liverpool and West Ham are "hot" at Marega, with Premier League teams "better equipped" to win the Mali international because of Marseille's interest.
It is not the first time that Marega is linked to Anfield with Bildthrough Daily Starclaiming Liverpool and Spurs were eager to land in March 2017, when he was marked "Jamie Vardy of Portugal".
Toad Sport She also claimed in March that Marega was interested in moving to West Ham last summer but was out of a move for Porto.
If Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gave Marega a green light, it is understood that he would provide support for Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.