Liverpool scouts will likely be taking an in depth curiosity in Guinea midfielder Aguibou Camara on the African Cup of Nations subsequent month, claims a report.
The 20-year-old Camara is a participant who has been on the Anfield membership’s radar since October. The curiosity within the midfielder was damaged by journalist Giannis Chorianopoulos, who was apparently one of the first sources to break the story that Liverpool were interested in Olympiacos left-back Kostas Tsimikas.
SporTime(through Sport Witness), have since claimed Liverpool watched the Guinea worldwide within the 1-0 defeat to Antwerp earlier this month.
The Solar later claimed that Liverpool, Leicester and Newcastle were all tracking him.
Camara is a vibrant expertise who’s already on 9 caps for his nationwide crew, Guinea. He joined Olympiacos for simply £109k in July however his valuation has already hit round £20m after quite a few scouts had been alerted to his progress.
Olympiacos’ president, Nottingham Forest proprietor Evangelos Marinakis, has set his calls for excessive at round £20m.
Now FootMercato, through Sport Witness, insist the Reds will likely be one in all a number of sides maintaining a tally of him in Cameroon.
Anfield scouts will proceed to “monitor” the teenager, who’s a team-mate of their very own Naby Keita.
Watching Camara temporary
Camara has established himself as a key participant for Olympiakos. He has 5 targets and 4 assists this season, whereas he has additionally skilled Europa League soccer.
Newcastle are additionally set to control the participant. However a transfer in January for the proficient midfielder is “unlikely” at this stage.
Olympiakos are although “conscious of the potential” and Camara’s “rising market worth”.
He’s underneath contract till 2025. And subsequent summer time might be the time when the Greek aspect money in on the attacking expertise.