Liverpool are considering making their third signing of the January window in the shape of Portuguese teenager Pedro Brazao.
The 17 year old made his debut for Nice last season, and has been touted as a star of the future, with PSG, Bayern Munich and Sporting Lisbon all monitoring his progress.
He has struggled for first-team action so far this season with Patrick Vieira’s side, only make one appearance for Nice as a substitute, but that has not deterred his many suitors who value his versatility. Brazao can play on either flank and on either flank as well.
The Portuguese under-19 international could be set to join Jurgen Klopp’s youth squad, with the German, as shown in both the Carabao and FA Cups, not afraid to give youth a chance when the right opportunity presents itself.
Liverpool have already signed Japanese winger Takumi Minamino from Red Bull Salzburg, and young forward Joe Hardy from Brentford.
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