“Let it be Liverpool” is what 36-goal scorer Rúben Amorim ‘wants to bring’ and is highly likely to move.


There are rumors that Liverpool is interested in Viktor Gyökeres. A legend of Sporting CP has already predicted that he will join Anfield due to connections with Rúben Amorim.

As Rúben Amorim is the front-runner to replace Jürgen Klopp at Liverpool, some of his Sporting CP teammates are expected to follow him at Anfield, according to sources.

The most recent is Viktor Gyökeres, whom HITC claims Amorim wishes to bring to Liverpool in the event that he is appointed manager of the Reds. Manuel Fernandes, a legendary member of Sporting KC, may have already predicted Gyökeres’ impending move to Liverpool.

After leaving Coventry City last summer, the Swedish striker has been in incredible form, and clubs all around Europe have been linked to him. Gyökeres, 25, joined Sporting in July for a contract estimated to be for $22 million (£17 million/€20 million). In his 44 appearances for the team, he has scored 36 goals.

Given his impressive goal scoring record, the player is now strongly connected to a quick return to England. This comes after Chelsea, Liverpool’s Premier League opponent, was linked to a deal during the January transfer window. Gyökeres discussed his future in Portugal in a December interview with Record, stating: “I think it’s a bit like when Sporting came in to sign me.” I’m content here and don’t currently give a damn about interested parties.

“I’m having a great time here and trying not to think about the world around me. Big clubs are being discussed, but that’s just news for the time being. And that’s it.”

Sporting great Fernandes has already predicted that Gyökeres, should he decide to leave the José Alvalade Stadium, will eventually make his way to a “big” team like Liverpool or Bayern Munich, despite his current dedication to the squad after signing less than a year ago. In January, he told A Bola, “Gyokeres is breaking records at Sporting and, honestly, I can say he is better than me.”

“I haven’t seen a striker as complete as him since I left Sporting.” Equals exist, but are there superior players? No.
He is a full-fledged player that can assist in scoring as well as score. This is an essential trait for a striker. I really hope he stays at Sporting for a long time. Any team would find it challenging to trigger his release clause in the winter transfer window. If you must depart, make sure it’s to a major team such as Liverpool or Bayern Munich. But he’s doing well at Sporting for the time being. He is a determined and earnest player.


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