Pedro Would Be A Massive Signing For Reds

24 May

Pedro Would Be A Massive Signing For Reds

 

Liverpool are set to make an offer for Barcelona winger Pedro as Brendan Rodgers aims to bolster his squad ahead of next season’s Champions League campaign. Rodgers has spoken of his desire to complete some transfers before next month’s World Cup but he may have to wait until after the competition if he is to sign Pedro because he is in Spain’s preliminary 30-man squad.

 

Rodgers has been alerted to Pedro’s availability after newly-appointed Barcelona manager Luis Enrique suggested at a recent press conference that there could be wholesale changes at the club regarding the players who are on the periphery of the team, and Pedro falls into this category.

 

Enrique said:

 

“We will reinforce the team in the best way possible, to be as competitive as possible. There is a market there – teams ask a lot of money for players. You must manage it all. We will reinforce, maybe in all lines of the team, to have the best players for the club and for me.”

 

Pedro’s future at Barcelona looks uncertain with Enrique’s arrival and Liverpool could look an attractive prospect for the 26-year-old winger, especially with the Reds in next season’s Champions League.

 

It would be a major coup for Liverpool and Rodgers if they were to strike a deal for Pedro because he is a very talented player and the type of attacking players that Rodgers likes.

 

He will be difficult to get but maybe with the constant rumours regarding Daniel Agger’s future maybe a deal can be done.

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