Report: Liverpool one of six clubs interested in Greek teen Marios Tzavidas
Liverpool have reportedly enquired about talented Greek youngster Marios Tzavidas, according to reports from his homeland.
It is being reported by Trifilara in Greece that Liverpool have asked about the 16-year-old striker, who is considered one of the hottest talents in Greek football.
Of course, Liverpool have recently moved into the Greek market with the arrival of Kostas Tsimikas from Olympiakos but this would be more of a deal for the future.
Tzavidas is currently with Panathinaikos and was all set to sign a professional deal with the club earlier this year before the global health crisis struck.
He is now of major interest to several teams both home and abroad.
PAOK and Olympiakos are keen whilst the likes of PSV Eindhoven, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, and Danish outfit FC Midtjylland have also made their interest known.
Tzavidas was the top-scorer in Panathinaikos’ under-17 team last season and Liverpool would likely add the talented teen to their own under-17 or under-18 system if they did secure his arrival.
Liverpool fans will be pleased to hear that the club are on the hunt for talented young players as they look to continue improving the youth options at Melwood.
This might be a name to keep your eyes on regarding a future arrival at Liverpool.
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