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Borussia Monchengladbach star wants Liverpool move

Liverpool Neuhaus, Six Sports

With the departure of Georginio Wijnaldum this summer and a lack of goals from both Liverpool’s midfielders and forwards. It could be time for Liverpool to consider adding more goal contribution depth to the middle of the park. One such player who has recently asked about a move to Liverpool is German midfielder, Florian Neuhaus.

The Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder is valued at £35 million. Florian Neuhaus has made 30 appearances this season, scoring five, making five assists as well. Neuhaus has capped five times for Germany, scoring once. 

Liverpool – dream move for Florian Neuhaus ?

The Bavarian midfielder Florian Neuhaus has gone from strength to strength and looks to be a special player going forward.

Unsurprisingly, like many other talented young German players, Neuhaus has attracted the attention of Bayern Munich. However, the Bundesliga champions look unwilling to meet his price tag.

The players’ reported interest in a move to Anfield is to play under Jurgen Klopp but the move seems unlikely as he has a hefty price tag for a 24-year-old. This is according to well-known German journalist Christian FalkFalk claims the midfielder wants to play “Under the guidance” of fellow German Klopp.

Liverpool is not short in the midfield even if Georginio Wijnaldum departs. The lack of creativity and goals from the middle of the park is something the Reds cannot afford to let continue. A quality midfield regularly contributing to goals has been a huge reason. That’s why Manchester City has been successful under Pep Guardiola.

Despite fantastic shows of class in periods from new signing Thiago Alcantara, the Spaniard is not producing the number of assists or other goal contributions fans might have expected of him.

With a busy summer expected for the Reds, it may be the perfect time to capitalize on signing players interested in coming to Liverpool like Florian Neuhaus who are eager to play under Jurgen Klopp. 

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