Liverpool preparing €90M bid; Klopp has "convinced" him to join

Liverpool are seriously interested in beating Europe's biggest clubs to Bayer Levekusen prodigy Florian Wirtz and are ready to put their money where their mouth is.

According to Spanish outlet Nacional, Liverpool are preparing an offer to sign Wirtz.

They claim that the Reds are "preparing an offer of €90 million" (£78M) which they believe is the amount "they can offer to convince Alonso's team to agree to let Wirtz go."

Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Real Madrid are also "attentive" to any updates on his future at the BayArena.

The report focuses on Barcelona's interest in the 20-year-old but club president Joan Laporta "seems to have lost hand in hand with Klopp" as the German has "convinced" Wirtz of a move to Anfield.

Liverpool reportedly already have the funds required to sign him in the 2024 summer transfer window in what would be a massive coup.

Wirtz has 6 goals and 10 assists this season and has already comfortably outscored every midfielder at Liverpool.

Of course, Klopp's midfielders are not instructed to score goals and instead put in the hard yards for the likes of Mohamed Salah to take advantage of.

Hopefully, Wirtz does end up moving to Anfield but Daily Mail reporter Lewis Steele recently poured cold ice on this story.

In a Q&A last week, he told Liverpool fans: “There’s no concrete interest yet in Florian Wirtz but that doesn’t mean he is not on Liverpool’s radar. They look at a lot of players.

“Reports in Germany suggest this one is a lot more advanced than it is. He’s a great player and his statistics are excellent, with Xabi Alonso helping find a new level to his game.

“It’s one to watch in the future but nothing happening yet.”


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