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Klopp wants to win the Europa League and paid 70 million for his new reinforcement

By Liam Styles

Klopp wants to win the Europa League and paid 70 million for his new reinforcement

Nobody expected this sensational transfer

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Liverpool’s coach Jürgen Klopp is looking forward to winning the Europa League and competing in all the fronts, as one of the main goals for the German coach in the next Liverpool’s season will be driving the Reds to their glory days and impacting the European football as the Reds had already been able to do in the past years.

Considering that Klopp’s goal won’t be easy, Liverpool’s fans have started to ask for transfers while their coach is looking for new targets for the Reds’ midfield. The last names to be associated to the team have been Khephren Thuram, Romeo Lavia, Gabri Veiga, Manu Kone or Ryan Gravenverch, but any movement has been done apart of the signing of the 24-year-old midfielder Alexis McCalister from Brighton, in exchange of an fee close to the €60 million, at the first days of the summer transfer market window.

But surprisingly, a new name appeared on the Liverpool’s radar in the last few hours, with the Anfield team moving quickly in the market. In this sense, after being reported as very interested in the signing of the RB Leipzig midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, Liverpool has seriously advanced in the negotiations for the player, who has already been reported as totally closed.

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Dominik Szoboszlai is a 22-year-old Hungarian player who comes from scoring 10 goals in 46 games played with RB Leipzig in all competitions, giving 13 assists. According to the International journalist Fabrizio Romano, Szoboszlai will arrive in Liverpool in the next few hours in exchange for €70 million, with the player ready to take the medical tests with Anfield team soon. 


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