Liverpool walk away from summer move for Levi Colwill

Liverpool have been linked with a move for the Chelsea defender Levi Colwill ahead of the summer transfer window.

Levi Colwill is highly rated in England and he has a bright future ahead of himself. He could have been a quality long-term investment for Liverpool. But a report from Give Me Sport has claimed that a move for the 21-year-old seems impossible, and the Reds have now decided to walk away from the deal.

It will be interesting to see if they decide to move for other targets in the coming weeks. It is no secret that Liverpool will have to bring in a quality central defender this summer. The Reds will be without Joel Matip next season, and they have to replace him adequately. Signing another quality central defender should be one of their priorities.

Virgil van Dijk, Ibrahima Konate, and Joe Gomez are the only reliable central defenders at the club right now. Liverpool will be hoping to compete at the highest level and push for major trophies. They need more depth in their squad to do well across multiple competitions.

Chelsea must hold on to Levi Colwill

Chelsea will be hoping to hold onto the 21-year-old central defender for as long as possible. He has shown his quality in the Premier League this past season and prior to that with Brighton. He is one of the most talented young defenders in the Premier League right now, and losing him will not be an option for the London club.

Chelsea have looked vulnerable defensively, and they must hold onto their best defenders. The 21-year-old could develop into a key player for them in the coming seasons. There is no doubt that he has the potential to develop into one of the best defenders in the league as well.

Liverpool will have to improve the other areas of their squad during the summer window as well, and it will be interesting to see if they can plug the gaps in their squad before the new season starts. They managed to win the League Cup last term, but it will have been a disappointing season by their standards. Liverpool will look to win major trophies next year, and they will have to address the weaknesses in their side with new signings.

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