Liverpool have signed in seven new players in the squad this summer and the Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is far from done. The Reds boss is preparing his first full season as a manager at the Anfield and he is not leaving any stone unturned for the same. Liverpool are linked with a many more players so far into the summer.
The Reds continue to be linked with German defender Jonas Hector and if reports are to be believed then the Reds are preparing to table a bid of £20m for the player. Reports suggest that the Reds manager is looking to sign Hector as he is still uncertain regarding Alberto Moreno’s form.
The Reds have been further linked with Ajax winger Anwar El Ghazi, who can bring in some attack at the Reds current squad.
The 21-year-old Netherlands international has starred in the Eredivisie since making his breakthrough into the first team in 2014/15, and could provide some valuable width and attacking flare were he to move to Anfield.
According to Il Tempo over in Italy, the Reds will do battle with Lazio and Wolfsburg over the 21-year-old, who scored 11 Eredivisie goals last season.
The report claims all three would like to sign him, but all three will have to pay around £15m.
Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard has been linked with a move to the Anfield on a loan deal. The youngster is reportedly desperate to make a move to the Anfield as the game time for the player at Bernabeu is limited for the player.
The 17-year old has been told by Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane that he won’t be part of his plans this season, and is free to go on loan in order to get some regular first-team football. The Norwegian prospect has not adapted well to the Segunda División B, but it’s not his fault. It’s a very tough competition for such a young man, playing against physical veterans who want to make a statement against a famous kid.
All in all, Ødegaard wants to join Liverpool on a loan deal this season, according to The Sun. Apparently, and according to that same report, Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp would be keen on having Ødegaard playing for him next season.