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Anfield's New Defensive Gem? Liverpool Sets Sights on West Ham's Nayef Aguerd as Klopp Seeks Solidification

According to Goal, Nayef Aguerd is being considered by Liverpool as a central defender alternative. The 27-year-old has already had a stellar World Cup campaign under his belt and has excelled in his debut season at West Ham United.

Liverpool is stepping up its recruitment of crucial reinforcements in anticipation of the next summer transfer market. If Jurgen Klopp’s Reds are going to compete next season, he’ll have to retool his midfield and bolster their defence.

Liverpool’s failure this season, with the Merseysiders likely ending in fifth place, defies understanding. Despite the financial impact of missing the Champions League, Klopp may push the club to make big investments in key areas to strengthen the team’s overall quality.

Klopp reportedly wants to add two-star players in central midfield. Alexis Mac Allister of Brightn is apparently close to agreeing on a contract with Liverpool. Once it is finalised, they will consider the second offer. However, Klopp is still interested in signing a new central defender since he may not want to depend on his current group of players for the whole season.

Their roster before the summer included many familiar names. Marc Guehi of Crystal Palace has garnered some attention, but the demand for the English international is high. Even if Liverpool is willing to spend extensively in other areas, they may not be able to afford his price tag.

Another alternative is Dutch international Jurrien Timber, although he has a lot of competition. Nayef Ageurd, a 27-year-old World Cup semi-finalist for West Ham, makes his cut after a strong first season in London.

Nayef Aguerd is on Jurgen Klopp’s shortlist for a new central defender. Liverpool is interested in signing him

After struggling to adjust to the Premier League at first, Aguerd has established himself as a regular starter for David Moyes’s team. He’s become so reliable that his manager needs to decide between Angelo Ogbonna and Kurt Zouma as his defensive partner.


Even if Tottenham is interested in the 27-year-old World Cup semi-finalist, Liverpool’s possible interest might swing the balance of power in favour of Aguerd. It’s possible he wouldn’t voluntarily leave West Ham. The Hammers would still think about it if a good offer came through.

It’s possible that he’s just one of several potential Liverpool choices they’re considering. If they are unable to secure their top priorities, they may go to the 27-year-old World Cup semi-finalist as an alternative. The Hammers are counting on him for the time being.

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