Highlight liverpool  could be  looking for new signings in the January transfer window as they are reportedly in advanced talks with a player, potentially addressing their need for a central defender.

The focused on revamping their midfield this summer, leaving some fans wondering why they haven’t addressed the need for a new centre-back for freshness and depth.  Potential Liverpool target Piero Hincapie could be perfect as a left centre-back who can also play as a left-back.

At a young age, he has the potential to be a key player for the Reds for many years to come.Liverpool

could be looking for new signings in the January transfer window and are reportedly in “very advanced” negotiations with a player, according to a new statement.

Should Liverpool sign a centre-back?The Reds had a busy period over the summer, completely revamping their midfield after many problems in that area of ​​the pitch last season, and playing an important role in them finishing fifth in the Premier League.

Olderfigures such as Fabinho and Jordan Henderson have left for Saudi Arabia, while Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai have replaced them impressively since their arrival.

Endo and Ryan Gravenberch have also arrived as Jurgen Klopp looks to build his next great team at Anfield.Ultimately

, though, it was only the midfield that took center stage during the summer window, a decision that ultimately left some fans a little perplexed.

Many felt a new centre-back was also needed to bring freshness, not to mention more depth.Virgil van Dijk is now 32 and has shown signs of slowing down recently, while Ibrahima Konate, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez have too often been sidelined by injuries.

While no centre-backs have been added this summer, a new update suggests that a centre-back could be on his way to Mersey side in the near future.

Will Liverpool sign Piero Hincapie?According to Ecuadorian Marca 90 [via LFC Transfer Room on The deal could be worth £48million, but it is unclear whether a January or summer move is the most likely option.

This could be an absolutely wonderful deal for Liverpool if they manage to secure a transfer, with Hincapie arguably one of the highest-rated young centre-backs in Europe at the moment.

The21-year-old has already made 77 appearances for his current club and won 27 caps for Ecuador, while former Leverkusen coach Gerardo Seoane described him as “really impressive”.Liverpool are crying out for a left centre-back who can also play at left-back if required and Hincapie ticks all the boxes in that regard.

He could be a solid option to compete with Van Dijk and Andy Robertson for minutes, and at just 21 years old, he could be a mainstay of the defense for many years.

Already being such an important player for club and country at his age, in a position where experience is often crucial, speaks volumes about the Ecuadorian’s potential as a footballer and the Reds could acquire a particular talent, if this interest turns into a possible move.

Hincapiehas averaged three clearances and 2.3 tackles per game in the Bundesliga so far this season, highlighting his defensive qualities, but he has also completed 85.1% of his passes, showing that he is impressive at both in and out of possession, which is certainly what Klopp demands of all his defenders.

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