Ukrainian flyer admits to feeling resentment after Anfield move breaks down…
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Dnipro winger Yevhen Konoplyanka has discussed his failed transfer to Liverpool for the first time, Goal reports.
The Reds almost completed a £15m move for the 24-year-old on January deadline day, but unseen complications and time constraints meant a move never materialised.
When asked about his situation, Konoplyanka was upbeat, but admitted to feeling a slight feeling of disappointment.
“Not at all upset! Well, I will not hide it… there is a little resentment,” he said.
“But life goes on. I need to treat this like a sleep. I woke up and carried on. I will search for the next dream. I hope that everything will turn out okay.”
Dnipro’s executive director has claimed Liverpool will go back in for the right-footer when the transfer window reopens in the summer.
“I am a thousand per cent sure that Liverpool will try again in the summer and then we’ll let him go,” Andriy Rusol told various Ukrainian media outlets.
Konoplyanka will be seen on English shores this February, as his side prepare to take on Spurs in the Europa League, so Liverpool fans will be eager to get a closer glimpse of their potential summer signing.