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Guardiola turned him down and now Liverpool would sign him as a star

By Charles Cornwall

Guardiola turned him down and now Liverpool would sign him as a star

With the forward and midfield revamped last summer, Liverpool's focus turns to defense

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Liverpool are looking to strengthen their defense and have set their sights on Fulham as a possible source of talent, according to reports. The Reds are reportedly interested in the signings of Tosin Adarabioyo and Antonee Robinson. With the forward and midfield revamped last summer, Liverpool's focus turns to defense ahead of the upcoming transfer window. Joel Matip, a key player at the back, could leave the club due to his age and recent physical problems.

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In this context, Liverpool are reportedly keeping a close eye on Fulham's Tosin Adarabioyo, 26, who is out of contract in the summer and could join Liverpool as a free agent. Although Fulham will try to retain him with a new contract offer, the lure of joining Liverpool could be decisive in the player's decision.

Adarabioyo was at Manchester City at the start of his career, but Guardiola never gave him a chance to play regularly. On the other hand, Liverpool are also eyeing Fulham left-back Antonee Robinson. Robinson, known for his defensive solidity and attacking forays, would represent an improvement in Liverpool's squad depth in that position.

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Robinson is under contract with Fulham until 2028, which positions the London club to make a tidy sum should they sell him. Considering Fulham paid just £2 million for the player in 2020, a potential sale could mean a significant profit for Marco Silva's side. Liverpool's interest in Adarabioyo and Robinson shows their intention to strengthen their defense and prepare for the future, ensuring healthy competition in all positions of the team.