Andreas Schjelderup, a very talented attacker from Nordschelland Of the Danish Super League, reject a second offer from Liverpool for fear of being undervalue. By focusing more on falling down Benfica of the Portuguese Liga
Reports from ‘TV 2 Norway’ that the ‘Reds’ scouts have kept an eye on the 18-year-old, who has been roaming the bar since the summer.
Most recently, the second attempt would have been fruitless when the Norwegian U-21 national team ufabet had given his heart to the ‘Lisbon Falcons’.
The purchase price is about 15 million euros, including options, and there is a medical appointment this Thursday. The bond period lasts until June 2028.
Schjelderup has scored 10 goals in the Danish league this season in 17 appearances and is expect to take on a role under manager Roger Schmidt. Who specializes in forming youngsters.
Aside from the heartbroken ‘ Reds ‘ , English Premier League team Brentford, which has a scouting network in Denmark, also failed.
He is expecte to sign a five-and-a-half-year deal with the Portuguese side.
Another forward on Liverpool’s radar is Brighton star Leandro Trossard. Who is thought to want out of the Amex.
Seagulls boss Roberto De Zerbi recently admitted that he “wants more” from Trossard.