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REPORTS: Liverpool willing to sign 25-year-old forward as a suitable replacement for Roberto Firmino

 

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Without much doubts, Premier League giants Liverpool football club will most definitely remain keen on improving their current squad ahead of the new football season.

 

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Do remember that the Merseyside club were in good form for the most part of the 2021/2022 season where they ultimately finished in 2nd position on the Premier League table.

 

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Coupled with that, Liverpool football club were also very good in other competitions as they eventually won the English FA Cup and the Carabao Cup under manager Jurgen Klopp last season.

Despite those victories, Liverpool are not resting on their laurels just yet and have been linked with a tranafer move for experienced Rennes forward Martin Terrier this summer.

 

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The 25-year-old France International, who signed up for Stade Rennes after departing Olympique Lyon back in 2020 has been an important member of the first-team squad over the previous seasons.

 

The experienced left-winger, who is versatile enough to play as a striker enjoyed quite an interesting 2021/2022 season where he scored 21 goals and created seven assists in 45 appearances in all competitions.

 

His excellent performances in front of goal is believed to have caught the attention of Liverpool and according to reports from The Sun, the Premier League side are keen on signing him.

The reports further claimed that Liverpool football club are on the lookout for a suitable replacement for Roberto Firmino and are now willing to make a move for Martin Terrier.

 

It is believed that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp wants to add more firepower to his attacking options and he has identified Martin Terrier as a needed addition to his squad.

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But then, it remains to be seen if Martin Terrier will choose to continue his career at Stade Rennes or he will be interested in a move to join Liverpool football club in the future.

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