Romano Firm Liverpool have acquired Wataru Endo. A Japanese national team player from Stuttgart, for a fee of 18 million euros, leaving only a medical examination. Made a lot of confusion for the fans of the Reds as to how they got here.
Fabrizio Romano Pizza journalist The news report was a surprise to the Kop when Liverpool, the Premier League club. Reached an agreement to grab Wataru Endo, the defensive midfielder of the FB Stuttgart team from the German Bundesliga. In spite of the fact that there was no suspicious news coming out earlier. With a value of 18 million euros or about 702 million baht
The Reds have missed out on signings Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia after the duo opted for a move to Chelsea ‘s Stamford Bridge rather than going. To Anfield , making this time they are still looking for. The midfielder will replace Fabinho amid a shortage of time remaining on the first transfer window. With the ทางเข้า ufabet name of Crystal Palace midfielder Cheick Doucoure the latest.
But then Romano suddenly confirmed a deal with a Japanese national team player that no one knew before. The tweet reads, “ Wataru Endo has joined Liverpool , Hey We Go! Physical testing is scheduled for Thursday. The Japanese midfielder arrived from Stuttgart for a fee of 18 million euros. Personal agreements were agreed within hours. The Stuttgart captain asked to leave the team and follow his dreams.
The move was bolstered by new sporting director York Schmudke. Which was appointed in May on a short three-month contract, but it doesn’t seem to be a hit with the fans. From the relatively delayed action with good form football that was rumored to other teams. Plus getting a player who doesn’t know yet. Will come to increase the potential in the middle or not
Endo joined the Bundesliga club in the summer of 2020 from Belgian Pro League side Saint-Truiden and made 40 appearances in total between 2022 and 2023, scoring six goals and providing five assists. Whilst capturing 50 caps for Japan , the 30-year-old will make his debut as a new signing for the Reds this week ahead of the team’s visit to Bournemouth later in the day