Move over, Jota: Klopp could sign “special” gem in LFC move for £31m-rated “wonderkid” - opinion


The narrative of Liverpool’s transfer window has been one of an observing nature, as Jurgen Klopp eyes reinforcements to strengthen his squad for what’s to come in the season ahead.

Having made three signings so far this window, with Alexis Mac Allister arriving in June and Dominik Szoboszlai following a few weeks later, the only recent capture has been that of Wataru Endo.

While others have been making sufficient signings and progress through the market period, the Reds seemed to have been stalling, though recent reports have identified a potential new target for Klopp to eye.

A host of players have been linked to Anfield throughout the course of the window, none more of a sucker punch than the rejection of Moises Caicedo after a bid worth £111m was accepted by Brighton.

However, another wave of worry has hit Merseyside, with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad eyeing star man Mohamed Salah, as relayed by The Athletic.

It’s not expected that anything will come of the links to the Egyptian, but reports in Italy have identified a player that could be targeted by Liverpool amid rumours of Salah’s future.

As reported by CalcioMercato, it’s believed that the Reds are keen to ‘return to the market’ in the bid to sign players to bolster their attack, with one name listed being Karim Adeyemi.

The Borussia Dortmund whiz is said to be a fan of Klopp and could be an exciting acquisition for the German to target, with his market value sitting around the €37m (£31m) mark, as per Football Transfers.

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