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Liverpool told to pay up for 19-year-old League One defender

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Liverpool may have to pay more to land Sam McCallum from Coventry City

Liverpool will have to pay more for Coventry City’s 19 -year-old defender Sam McCallum according to Coventry City legend, Steve Ogrizovic. (h/t Coventry Telegraph)

The former Liverpool keeper believes McCallum’s screamer in the 4-1 victory over Wycombe Wanderers will only drive the talented youngster’s price up.

The defender had a good game against the League One leaders as he scored the opening goal and also won a penalty for his side.

A graduate of Jamie Vardy’s V9 academy, McCallum has made 29 appearances for Coventry scoring 2 goals. (h/t Whoscored)

A versatile player, the 19-year-old can play anywhere on the left flank while also being able to deputize at right-back if needed.

With James Milner having to deputize for Andy Robertson at left-back, Liverpool could be in the market for a specialist in the position.

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McCallum has also been drawing interest from Premier League rivals Chelsea, Manchester City, Aston Villa and Leicester City (h/t Coventry Telegraph).

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3-goal League One starlet expresses shock at being linked with Liverpool

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Coventry City defender Sam McCallum shocked by Liverpool interest

Coventry City defender Sam McCallum has expressed his shock at being linked with a move to European champions Liverpool. (h/t Mirror)

The youngster has impressed at Coventry this season. He has made 21 appearances and has scored 3 goals for the League One side. (h/t Whoscored)

The defender was happy at the links but dismissed the chances of the transfer going through. Championship leaders Leeds United are also interested in the player.

Sam McCallum

The defender, who primarily plays as a left-back, is also adept on the other flank. He has made 32 appearances for the Sky Blues since being signed from Herne Bay in 2017.

Liverpool are in the market for a back-up to Andrew Robertson. Given the club’s focus on signing exciting young talent, it comes as no surprise that McCallum is one of the names under consideration.

The Reds secured the services of Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg in the summer as the club look to build upon an era of continued success

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The Reds have so far signed Takumi Minamino and Joe Hardy in the January transfer window. Minamino will add much-needed quality in depth to the first team whereas Hardy has been placed in the Liverpool reserves.

Hardy scored twice on his Liverpool Under-23 debut in the 5-0 victory over Southampton Under-23s.

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Liverpool’s Champions League hero linked with move to join PL rivals

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Divock Origi

Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in Divock Origi

Liverpool striker Divock Origi has emerged as a transfer target for Wolverhampton Wanderers. (h/t Liverpool Echo)

The Belgian international joined the Reds from Lille in 2014. He has established himself as a cult hero following his Champions League heroics against Barcelona and Tottenham last season.

Origi has made 26 appearances for Liverpool this season, with the majority of them coming off the bench. The striker has scored 5 goals and 1 assist so far this season. (h/t Whoscored)

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Wolves are currently 7th in the English Premier League and look set to qualify for the Europa League next season. They can also consider themselves to have an outside chance of finishing top four if things go their way.

Raul Jimenez has established himself as the first-choice striker. The addition of Origi will add another effective threat to a free-flowing Wolves team as they look to climb up the table.

Origi stepped up for Liverpool numerous times last season. His winners against Everton and Newcastle coupled with his performances against Barcelona and Tottenham will live long in Reds folklore.

The striker scored a last-minute equalizer against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup this season as Liverpool went on to win the match on penalties.

The 24-year-old has made 125 appearances for Liverpool and has scored 33 goals. (h/t Whoscored)

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Origi has proved himself to be a dependable player for Klopp to call on and is unlikely to leave the club this January.

Jurgen Klopp has already stated that no first-team players will be sold this month as Liverpool chase a first league title in 30 years.

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Klopp rules out potential transfer moves for Liverpool first-team stars

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Jurgen Klopp will not sell any first-team players this January

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will not let any first-team players leave the club in the January transfer window. (h/t Express)

Liverpool sit pretty at the top of the Premier League and have a 14 point gap over second-placed Manchester City with a game in hand.

The Reds have been busy in the January transfer window and have already brought in Japanese playmaker Takumi Minamino and Brentford youngster Joe Hardy. The likes of Rhian Brewster, Herbie Kane, Isaac Christie-Davis have all left on loan this month.

Xherdan Shaqiri and Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool have reportedly received inquiries regarding squad players Dejan Lovren and Xherdan Shaqiri.

Klopp will not sanction any sales this month. The German wants to keep his first-team together until the end of the season.

Liverpool are currently involved in three competitions and had only recently been stretched to the limit by injuries to key personnel. With the club looking on course to breaking the title drought, Klopp will need every player to step and be counted when required.

Liverpool are a well-drilled team that have picked up the habit of being serial winners. With the team looking on course for the Premiership, it is hard to imagine anyone wanting to quit the team this January.

Italian giants AS Roma are keen to bring in Xherdan Xhaqiri for the injured Nicolo Zaniolo while backup center back Dejan Lovren too has been attracting attention from Roma and AC Milan.

After Klopp’s comments, it is safe to say that neither player will be going anywhere.At least until the summer.

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Liverpool need 35 points in our last 17 matches to guarantee our first league title in 30 years. The Reds next face arch-rivals Manchester United who are currently in the 5tgh spot.

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