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Liverpool eager to sign talented Dutch player

Quincy Promes

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Liverpool eager to sign talented Dutch player

Liverpool is interested in signing Dutch player,Quincy Promes.

The English Premier League champions after watching Dutch super striker Quincy Promes have decided to submit a bid.

The 25-year old star midfielder has been outstanding since the beginning of this season.

He is popular for his goal-scoring abilities and has twice been recorded as the highest goal scorer for his team.

With the absence of Sadio Mane who will be playing for his country during the continental tournament, it has become critical for Liverpool to take an action to fill the void.

Spartak football club is ready to sell the Dutch striker to any football team that is ready to offer them £25 million.

Liverpool football club is not the only football team interested in the Dutch winger from Spartak. A lot of big football teams also seem to be interested in signing the same rising super star.

Quincy Promes first played for RKSV DCG and later moved to Ajax football club where he was sent off for misconduct. He picked up his football career again in Haarlem where he played for one year between 2008 and 2009.

Quincy Promes in 2009 moved to Twente football club where he played for about five years between 2009 and 2014. During his time in Twente he was loaned to Go Ahead Eagles for a year between 2012 and 2013.

After playing for Twente, Quincy Promes moved to Spartak Moscow in 2014 and since then have been playing for Spartak Moscow.

Quincy Promes has been playing for his country Netherlands since 2011. He has played for the Under-19, the Under-20 and the Under-21 squad of his country, Netherlands.

The Dutch winger has scored six goals so far in a total of 16 appearances for his team this season.

He has also manged to make six assists so far and has been showed the yellow card three times. In their last match against Rubin Kazan the midfielder was showed the red card after scoring one of the goals that earned them three points.

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