Liverpool target Sevilla defender Diego Carlos for £64m
The Reds face competition from Spanish giants Real Madrid who have identified Carlos as a replacement for veteran Sergio Ramos.
The Brazilian defender joined Sevilla in the summer from Nantes for £13.5million and has made 18 appearances for the club this season, scoring 2 goals. (h/t Whoscored)
A mainstay in the Sevilla defense, the Spanish side are third in La Liga with the fourth-best defensive record.
Sevilla will make a hefty profit on the player if Liverpool trigger his release clause of £64million.
The highest fee Liverpool have ever paid for a defender is £75million for the transfer of Van Dijk from Southampton in 2018. It’s an understatement to say that it was money well spent.
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Since making his debut, Van Dijk has established himself as the lynchpin of the Reds defense. Injuries and loss of form have seen him partner different players in the heart of the Liverpool defense.
The imperious Dutchman has currently struck up a formidable partnership with young English defender Joe Gomez.