Liverpool is heavily linked with Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato these days. Alexandre Pato has posted a photo on Instagram with an uber board sent to him by a Liverpool based company. He commented “See you soon.” That’s very interesting.
It seems Liverpool are set to sign their first player under Jurgen Klopp, with highly rated striker Alexandre Pato. The former AC Milan player, who is now a Sao Paulo player, currently on loan at Corinthians scored 51 goals in 117 matches for AC Milan. Still, Italian media branded him as a failure, as he was hyped in the league of Messi and Ronaldo. Sao Paulo president Roberto De Andrade told Italian magazine Tutto Mercato Web that a deal is in the process with Liverpool for Pato. Andrade was quoted as saying, “There is an agreement with principle with Liverpool for the transfer in the coming weeks.”
“Pato has long expressed his desire to return to Europe.
“Liverpool await, there are a few missing details, but Klopp will have a new reinforcement and for Pato Premier League would be a new springboard.”
Pato recently admitted that Manchester United approached him near deadline day, but the talks started too late. Reliable journalists close to Manchester United also said that he is a Red Devils’ target for some time. Pato has scored 9 goals from 30 apps for Corinthians. The Brazilian can be the fourth Brazilian for Liverpool’s current team after Lucas, Coutinho and Firmino. Pato won the ”Golden Boy” award in 2009. But, he became injury prone and the limelight fell from him. Now, he is coming into prominence once again.
As we all know, Globo Esporte is the most reliable source of Brazil football. Globo talked to Corinthians officials. They have denied the claim. Corinthians president has said to Globo that there has been no negotiation with Liverpool over Alexandre Pato.
Pato is believed to be evaluated around $21.3 million with add-ons. It remains to be seen whether Pato comes to Liverpool or not ,but the Merseyside club insider Jay Riley has said that he doesn’t see this move happening.
It is a refreshing change for Liverpool Football Club supporters to get linked with classy Brazilian strikers from the Rodgers’ days of being linked with mid-table and championship strikers.
Pato received an uber board from a company located at Liverpool, he responded to Michael, who works for uber board, saying he will see him very soon.
Pato shared the picture above on himself on an Uber Board on his Instagram account this week.
The company is based in Liverpool, and Pato has sparked fresh talk of a move to Liverpool by commenting on their own post on instagram, writing: “See you soon bro,” as seen in the photo.