Having earlier been heavily linked with a move to Merseyside, Liverpool have ended their interest in Quincy Promes according to the Daily Mail.
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Quincy Promes has been in sparkling form for Spartak Moscow this season having provided 8 goals in 17 appearances – so it’s no wonder that elite European clubs are starting to take notice. With wide-man Sadio Mane out of Liverpool’s selection for the African Cup of Nations, reports were swirling that Jurgen Klopp would move for Promes, with the rumored fee to be around £25m to bring the 25-year old winger to the Premier League.
However, the Daily Mail are now reporting that Liverpool are no longer interested in signing Promes this month.
Dutch compatriot and Everton manager Ronald Koeman is also interested in Promes; however, his top targets for January are Manchester United duo Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay. Schneiderlin’s move is set to complete imminently, with the midfielder being photographed at Everton’s training ground, but should Everton’s move for Depay fall through, which looks like a solid possibility at the moment, Koeman could shift gears for Promes.