Liverpool have actually been provided the opportunity to sign Daryl Janmaat as a short-term defensive cover, according to reports from TeamTalk.
The report declares that the Reds are ‘considering bringing’ the 31-year-old defender on board, with Liverpool’s injury crisis even more deepening.
The former Newcastle defender was released by Watford at the end of the 2019/20 season. He has been offered a radiant referral by Gini Wijnaldum who not only has fun with him for Holland however also understands him well from their time at Newcastle.
Janmaat– who has recuperated entirely from a knee injury– desires a deal till completion of the season, however he would invite a short-term offer as well
Liverpool defensive crisis
The Reds have actually suffered a huge blow this week after Joe Gomez got a knee injury and he might not play once again this season.
Gomez was hurt in training with the England squad on Wednesday. The 23-year-old did not suffer ligament damage, however he has now gone through surgical treatment to fix a harmed knee-tendon.
The club has validated that the England defender is expected to miss out on most of the season. With Virgil van Dijk sidelined for a lengthy-spell following a cruciate ligament surgical treatment and Trent Alexander-Arnold also missing out on for a month with a calf injury, Liverpool are short of choices at the back.
Janmaat– who can play as a centre-back and also as a right-back– can be a convenient option on a short-term deal
Other choices and January window
Liverpool will absolutely be seeking to utilize Fabinho at the back together with Matip, while the likes of Rhys Williams and Nathaniel Phillips might get more game time.
Neco Williams and James Milner are prospective choices for the right-back role.
Although the general understanding amongst the fans is that Liverpool frantically need to sign a minimum of one quality centre-back in January, the Athletic claims that the sensation around the club is that it is too soon to state whether they would invest or not in the next transfer window with spending plans being tighter.
Leipzig’s Dayot Upamecano, Ozan Kabak of Schalke, and Brighton’s Ben White are a few of the players Liverpool might target in January.