Liverpool are being linked with a possible move for David Hancko, according to the player’s agent.
The 26-year-old left-sided defender joined Feyenoord in a €6m deal from Sparta Prague in August 2022 and it sounds like Branislav Jasurek of FairSports Agency is working hard to get him a move this transfer window.
“As an agency, we are in contact not only with these two clubs (Liverpool and PSG), but also with others who are looking into David’s situation,” he told TN.
“I estimate that, 80 to 90 per cent, David will stay in Rotterdam, because Feyenoord is fighting for the Champions League (qualification) and the people at Feyenoord know that David Hancko will be sold even in the summer and maybe better than now.
“It would have to be one of the big clubs. He will certainly not go from Feyenoord, which is going to play in the Champions League, to a club that will play in the bottom half of the Premier League.
“It is special about David that he still wants to talk with the coach. We believe that in the summer he will choose and choose the best in terms of sports, just like it was with Sparta Prague, which he preferred over other teams.
“Likewise with Feyenoord Rotterdam, which he preferred over other and more financially lucrative offers.”