Porto midfielder Yacine Brahimi will be heading to the Anfield next season, according to Portuguese newspaper Abola.
According to A bola, the Algerian player has played his last game for the Portuguese club and now will be leaving the same to join the Reds.
However, the report further describes the player’s complicated transfer settlement which include, £45.5million buyout clause which the Reds are willing to pay to bring their man to the Anfield. Nevertheless, this only makes 50% transfer completion for the Reds as the 50% of the player’s sporting rights are owned by a third party and the Reds will need to go through them to sign the player fully.
The player has 9 goals to his credit out of 44 matches for Porto last season. The Portuguese club is already looking out for Henrique Dourado as a replacement for Brahimi. Dourado is currently on loan Vitoria Guimaraes from the Brazilian side Mirassol.