Liverpool and FSG now ready to spend big to sign "incredible" player for Klopp

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could be backed in the transfer market by FSG to complete a money-spinning deal for one of Europe's most talented players, according to reports.

Speaking in an interview with Liverpool's official club website, midfielder Ryan Gravenberch has revealed which player he used to model his game on growing up, stating: "When I was young I looked up to the bigger players like Messi and Ronaldo. When I became older, like 17, 18, I was looking at video clips of Zinedine Zidane. If I have to choose a player it will be Zinedine Zidane."

The Netherlands midfielder also let the public know who his favourite former Liverpool player is, adding: "I’d go for Steven Gerrard. But also, I played with him at Bayern, Sadio Mane. I think I have a few."

One Liverpool transfer update on Montpellier attacker Mousa Tamari has claimed that the Reds have been keeping tabs on the Jordan international since before the summer transfer window. Reports state that the 26-year-old could be brought in as direct competition or as an understudy to Liverpool star man Mohamed Salah at Anfield; however, it remains to be seen whether any deal can come to fruition.

Cited by 90min, Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander Arnold has been talking about his best position and has admitted that he isn't entirely sure where he is most efficient on the pitch. Alexander-Arnold stated:

"People are seeing potentially I'm more effective in the middle of the pitch. That's maybe the route going forward. But who knows? It's not my decision. I can only get played in the position I'm told to. But with the conversations I've had, particularly with the manager here [at England], playing centrally in the middle of the pitch is something we want to look at going forward."


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