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Liverpool Linked With Interest In Fulham Defender

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With the end of the March international break, it turned into a good weekend for Liverpool fans as a 2-1 victory over Brighton and Hove Albion, finally gave us a more telling advantage over Arsenal and Manchester City in the race for the 2023/24 Premier League title.

Having spent a few weeks with only a single point separating all three sides, we now have a two point advantage back in our favour, and that could well prove to be massive given we only have nine games left play and nova88 welcome bonus code will likely carry some interesting odds for the matches that lie ahead.

As fans will know, that is not the only story that is set to occupy the Anfield faithful as the season slowly draws to a close, as following the recent interview by the media’s favourite to replace manager Jurgen Klopp when he departs at the end of the year, our new man will not be former midfielder, and fan favourite, Xabi Alonso, and it will only intensify the speculation surrounding the other potential candidates.

Along with all of that rumour mill speculation, links to potential players during the next summer transfer window are also free flowing, and one of the latest links is Fulham centre half Tosin Adarabioyo.

The 26 year old former Manchester City Academy graduate made the switch to Craven Cottage back in 2020 and he has since gone on to make just over 100 starting appearances for them, but he is out of contract this summer and with it looking increasingly unlikely that any new contract extension will be signed, he will soon be available as a free agent, and naturally we are now being linked with his services alongside Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan.

There is an offer on the table from the Cottagers, but it looks like he is very definitely exploring his options, and with the recent speculation surrounding the potential futures of both Virgil van Dijk and Joel Matip, he becomes an obvious potential cheaper option for us, even if only to provide an element of cover whilst our new manager begins to eventually get his feet under the table at the club.

The main concern for fans will be the simple fact that he is no VVD replacement, and whilst he would be a reasonably experienced option as back up (and at his age is still to reach the peak of his career and development), there would not be many in the fan base who would see him as a natural starter for us given the aspirations that we have.

It might be one to keep an eye on though.

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