Final Farewell Close & Heading to England – Liverpool Ready to Sign $19.3m Playmaker

Liverpool need to improve the quality and depth of their squad by signing top players before the winter window closes, or else, the fans can forget about winning the PL title this season.
If reports in the Italian media are anything to go by then the Reds are looking to sign AC Milan playmaker M’Baye Niang.
According to Tutto Mercato Web, Liverpool and West Ham are in the race to sign the winger, who is rated around 18 million euros ($19million) by the Rossoneri.
Niang is a versatile talent, who can play anywhere in the attacking third, even as an out and out striker. Milan boss Vincenzo Montella has mainly used him on the left wing in the current campaign.
This season, the 22-year-old French international has featured in 18 league games for the Italian giants, scored 3 goals and also provided 3 assists.
M’Baye wants to leave the seven time European Champions and has personally moved to secure his exit. The Les Bleus attacker’s presence in a hotel suggests that his farewell is close. Moreover, after saying his final goodbye, Niang will head towards England (Tutto Mercato Web).
Not to forget, the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal have been interested in signing the former Caen attacking midfielder as well.
In your opinion, is Niang good enough to improve Liverpool?
Also Read: Agreed – Liverpool Have Sealed €47million Deal

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  1. Avatar Dean says:

    Hahahaha we as fans are so fickle FSG are not gonna sign jack they make out that they are but the deals always fall through (surprise surprise ) and yet the deals never fall through in the case of the Boston Red Sox who always get their man…. I think we must be one of the unluckiest club in the world because we got rid of Hicks and Gillet and now we are being run by the Addams Family… invest in the club or get out ..

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