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Liverpool: Kevin Campbell backs Reds to sign Gavi

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Former Premier League striker now Sky Sports pundit Kevin Campbell has backed Liverpool to sign Gavi after hearing some transfer news on the midfielder.

The Lowdown: Gavi interest

It has recently been reported that Jurgen Klopp’s team are still showing an interest in Gavi ahead of the January transfer window, with the player yet to pen new terms at Barcelona before his deal expires next year.

It seems unlikely that they would go all out for a new central midfielder in the winter having signed Arthur on loan from Juventus, but next summer it will surely be a priority, with links to Jude Bellingham already heating up.

The Latest: Campbell reacts

Speaking to Football Insider, Campbell has claimed that Gavi is a ‘brilliant’ player, and has backed the Anfield outfit in their pursuit of the FC Barcelona talent:

“Gavi is a really good young player.

“He is technically gifted and knows where the back of the net is. If he comes onto the market, there will be quite a few clubs coveting him.

“He is a brilliant player and is one who would definitely improve that Liverpool team. He could be at the club for five to ten years as well.

“I would expect Liverpool to be knocking on the door if he was to become available.”

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The Verdict: Needed

Given the sheer number of injuries to first-team midfielders the Merseyside club have suffered over recent weeks, it is clear that they need to strengthen in that area of the pitch, and perhaps move one or two on.

First and foremost, Gavi is a player who does not have a significant injury history, and at just 18 years of age, should have the energy to be able to play week in and week out in Klopp’s system.

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He is clearly very talented having broken into Barca’s first team at his age, with 52 appearances for the Catalans already, scoring two goals and making six assists, while he also has ten caps for Spain (Transfermarkt).

If Bellingham suddenly becomes unattainable, then Gavi is surely the midfielder to go for.


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