Fulham targeting Fluminense’s Andre Trindade

According to 90min, Fulham are interested in signing Andre Trindade. The 21-year-old has been in outstanding form over the past 12 months, and numerous elite clubs across the world are keeping an eye on him. 

Although the Cottagers are optimistic about their ability to get his services, they may have to contend with some of the top clubs in Europe. He carries a £25 million price tag.

Andre Trindade has advanced through the ranks to play for Fluminense’s first team. Six goals were assisted by the 21-year-old in 141 outings overall. He has improved steadily over the past several years, and his national team debut is a reward for that.

The current season has seen the Brazil international play in 33 games, totaling more than 2,800 minutes. In front of the defense, the Fluminense midfielder has been a rock, and his standout performances have garnered a lot of attention.

The 21-year-old’s deal with the club continues through the end of 2026, but he might leave during the current transfer window. His agent has made Barcelona, Arsenal, and Liverpool the recipients of the Brazilian sensation.

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Arsenal have been assembling a team for the future and has placed a strong emphasis on bringing in young players with enormous potential. Trindade appears to be a good fit. In terms of Liverpool, they want to finish revamping their midfield.

An attacking-minded midfielder has already been signed by the Merseyside club. They are now looking to find a replacement for Fabinho, and the 21-year-old would undoubtedly be a wonderful acquisition.

Barcelona, meanwhile, is constantly searching for young, gifted players with potential, and considering Andre’s excellent growth over the previous 12 months, they might certainly make an effort to sign him.

Although Andre’s agents have pitched him to Europe’s top clubs, Fulham remains optimistic that they can secure his services. Back in January, they were eager to sign him and came extremely close to doing so for less than £20 million.

They were unsuccessful in crossing the finish line back then, but they are hopeful that they will do so now. However, the price will be higher this time because he has improved significantly over the past six months and has even played for Brazil’s national team.