£34m midfielder has same agent as Darwin Nunez, he could arrange Liverpool transfer soon

Andre Trindande reportedly shares the same agent as Darwin Nunez, with the Brazilian prospect strongly linked with a move to Liverpool.

According to the Mirror, the £34m-rated midfielder is represented by super-agent Jorge Mendes, whose agency also works for the likes of Nunez as well as fellow Liverpool attacker Diogo Jota.

Andre has been strongly linked with a move to Liverpool in recent weeks, with the January transfer window being teased as the ideal time for the Brazilian to make the move to England.

Andre has been one of the best players in South America this year as the 22-year-old guided Fluminese to the Copa Libertadores final, with the midfielder set to star in next month’s showpiece event.

And for Liverpool, they could now be doing work behind the scenes to bring Andre to Anfield, with the youngster seemingly set on a move to the Premier League in 2024.

Indeed, having Mendes as an agent could work well in Liverpool’s favour, with the Reds having a good relationship based on their dealings for Nunez and Jota in recent years.

Andre is clearly ready for a move to the Premier League, with the midfielder establishing himself as one of the best players in South America with one of the most exciting sides on the continent.

And Mendes could now be key in Liverpool signing the midfielder, with the Portuguese super-agent no stranger to dealing with the Reds.

With Liverpool eager to spend, Andre could be a dream signing for the Anfield side in the winter, and Mendes will be key if a deal is to be completed.


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