Liverpool eye Virgil van Dijk's successor as PSG linked


PSG are planning a summer move for star defender Virgil van Dijk according to a report

Virgil van Dijk and Levi Clowill

Liverpool's pursuit of Levi Cowill is as a result of Virgil van Dijk's potential move away from Anfield, a close source has disclosed.

'With the need for a long-term replacement for van Dijk, Liverpool have set their sights on Cowill as a potential candidate', it's said.

'The English defender, who currently plays for Chelsea, has caught Liverpool's attention as a player who could fill the void left by van Dijk's absence.'

Liverpool have been heavily linked with a move for Cowill in recent weeks. The club is serious about their intentions to convince the young defender to join their ranks.

The club is considering signing Cowill this summer in order to bolster their backline and ensure a strong defensive presence.

A Report have already suggested that Cowill could be the heir to van Dijk's position at Liverpool.

There's definitely a need to find a suitable replacement for van Dijk who's currently playing his final decade of football to maintain a strong defensive line at Anfield.

Liverpool's pursuit of Cowill comes amidst interest from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in signing Virgil van Dijk.

It is said that PSG's interest in the Dutch defender has raised questions about his future at Liverpool.

Van Dijk who has been a key player for Liverpool is also a subject of a transfer to Saudi Arabian pro league club Al-Ettifaq, and his potential departure would leave a significant gap in the team's defense. However, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has an obvious successor in the Dutchman, should Jordan Henderson leave the club and set free the captaincy armband.

Liverpool's pursuit of Cowill and PSG's interest in van Dijk highlight the dynamic nature of the transfer market. Cowill's potential signing would not only address the need for a replacement but also provide a promising young talent for the future.

As clubs seek to strengthen their squads, the movement of players becomes a focal point of discussion. Liverpool's interest in Cowill demonstrates their proactive approach to securing top talent and planning for the future. The potential signing of Cowill would not only address the immediate need for a replacement for van Dijk (should the report be considered true) but also provide a long-term solution for Liverpool's defensive line. As the transfer window progresses, it will be interesting to see how  Liverpool  navigate the complexities of player transfers and shape their respective squads for the upcoming season.

The Merseyside bigwigs already acquired the service of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboslai from Brighton and RB Leipzig respectively.

The club is determined to find suitable players who would help them compete at high-level and mount a title challenge next season after an obvious declination in their performances last term.

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