Transfer Latest News: Agreed’ – Superstar Payers agent lifts lid on transfer interest amid Liverpool links….

Andre Trindade’s agent has described how Fluminense was adamant that his client would not be leaving the club during the summer.

The midfield player has been strongly linked to Liverpool, who supposedly had talks about signing Andre in August in an effort to bolster their engineering department. But the Reds’ negotiations yielded no results, and Wataru Endo was brought in from Stuttgart to provide for their midfield vacancy.

Fluminense were adamant that they would not allow the 22-year-old to depart midway through the Brazilian season as they were in pursuit of a maiden Copa Libertadores title. Indeed, that decision reaped the dividends as Flu were crowned champions of South America last weekend as they earned a 2-1 win against Argentina giants Boca Juniors

It was reported that Liverpool had representatives in the Maracana stands to watch Andre help Fluminense to glory ahead of the January transfer window.

Speaking before the final, the Brazil international’s agent Carlos Leite spoke to Ge Globo in regards to Flu president Mario Bittencourt. And after confirming there were ‘several proposals’ for Andre in the summer – although he did not name the club they were from – it has been agreed that a departure at the start of 2024 will be granted.

Leite said: “He came to me and said that Fluminense had no interest in selling André this year. I talked to the player, explained it to him, and he bought the idea. We agreed that it would only be traded from January 2024 onwards.

“There were actually several proposals, all of which came to me I forwarded to Mário, but aware that there would be no negotiation. Unless Fluminense changed its mind. He had no reason to sit with me, he is not obliged to sell anyone. But he had this concern. He doesn’t have that arrogance and arrogance that some people have: ‘Look for my director’.

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