Liverpool have approached Porto about the availability of Algerian winger Yacine Brahimi , according to the Portoguese Media with the ...
Liverpool have approached Porto about the availability of Algerian winger Yacine Brahimi, according to the Portoguese Media with the Algerian also thought to be on the radar of numerous other big clubs, including AC Milan and Juventus.
But Liverpool are said to be the most recent side to enquire with FC Porto about the possibility of a summer transfer, according to O Jogo.
The 26-year-old, who has scored 14 goals for Porto over the last two season, is a regular for the Algerian national side and is said to have a whopping £60 million buy-out clause.
However, because FC Porto is said to only own half of the player, economically, this means they would only receive half of the total fee.
This may cause Porto to increase the fee. But this has not deterred other big clubs - including German side Wolfsburg - from enquiring about the player.
Brahimi, who has played for Rennes, Clermont, and Granada before Porto, is recognised as one of the most skilful wingers in Portugal's Primeira Liga. While right-footed, he possesses the ability to play on either wing making him a useful player for any side.