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Liverpool in talks with Juventus about move deadline for Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo

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Liverpool are approaching shocking loan for Juventus maverick Arthur Melo, following an after midnight approach… with the midfielder seen as a similar style option to Thiago Alcantara

  • Jordan Henderson is the latest midfielder to be added to Liverpool’s injury list
  • Thiago and Naby Keita remain on the sidelines and resources are scarce
  • Move for Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo comes out of the blue
  • Talks with Juventus are over loan, while Jurgen Klopp seeks cover

Liverpool are in talks with Juventus about a settlement agreement for Brazilian Arthur Melo.

The 26-year-old, formerly of Barcelona, ​​has been getting questions from Wolves and Sporting Lisbon in recent days. Valencia had made inquiries earlier this month.

The Brazilian is a deep-set playmaker and the Reds are keen to provide cover in the middle of the field, given their massive injury problems.

Arthur Melo is about to move to Liverpool on loan and is keen to join Jurgen Klopp . to play

Melo is a busy midfielder and Klopp is keen to bring in players to cope with the injury crisis

Melo is a busy midfielder and Klopp is keen to bring in players to cope with the injury crisis

Melo has emerged as a late target and Jurgen Klopp’s side are looking to meet a deadline.

He is fully fit, eager to work with Jurgen Klopp and believes Liverpool’s style is one that suits him best – better than Massimiliano Allegri’s at Juventus.

The 26-year-old was encouraged by Thiago’s success in the Premier League and is seen as a similar type of player, perhaps lacking the same craftsmanship as the Spaniard.

Melo is seen as not dissimilar in style to Thiago

The Spaniard is plagued by injuries

Melo (left) is considered similar to Thiago Alcantara (right), who is injured

Melo signed for Barcelona in 2018 and joined Gremio on a six-year contract, but moved to Juventus two years later as part of a swap for Miralem Pjanic.

Since then, he has played just over 40 times for Juventus and scored once for the Italian giants.

He has yet to appear for Allegri’s side this season and is seen as redundant in Turin.

Melo has struggled for game time under Massimiliano Allegri and is eager for change

Melo has struggled for game time under Massimiliano Allegri and is eager for change

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