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After Mac Allister and Szoboszlai, Jürgen Klopp wants this player for Liverpool

By Liam Styles

After Mac Allister and Szoboszlai, Jürgen Klopp wants this player for Liverpool

He could be a key part of the German coach new project at Anfield 

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Liverpool plans for next season pass through being leading all competitions again and getting back to their glory days. Therefore, Jürgen Klopp has started to work in the rebuild of the team, giving the squad the necessary depth and quality to develop a great season in all the Liverpool horizons.

In this sense, Jürgen Klopp main goal at the moment is rejuvenate Liverpool’s midfield, and he has already started to do it by signing the Argentinian Alexis Mac Allister and the Hungarian Dominik Szoboszlai, whose arrivals could guarantee Liverpool elite players in the midfield for many years, in which the Reds will try to conquer both Europe and Premier League again.
However, the job hasn’t finished for Klopp, who is looking for new names to add to this massive process of midfield rejuvenation. In the last few hours, the British media have reported a new negotiation of the Anfield team. According to this information, Liverpool is having talks with the Southampton midfielder Romeo Lavia

Liverpool faces a big competence for the player

Lavia is being followed by several teams in this transfer market window and Liverpool, despite of its interest, is the last team to join the race. Arsenal is also looking for the player who is a top target for the Spanish coach Mikel Arteta, but also Chelsea, and Manchester City could be willing to sign Lavia this summer.


The Belgian midfielder means a great market opportunity and comes from completing a good season at Southampton, having played 31 games in the Premier League despite being only 19 years old, which could grant strength, youngness and experience for the midfield of any of the teams interested in the player. The race for the player has begun and a quick move by Liverpool could grant his signing. 
 


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