Liverpool interested in Hoffenheim forward Transfers

Liverpool interested in Hoffenheim forward

Liverpool interested in Hoffenheim forward

Maximilian Beier of Hoffenheim is a striker, and Liverpool and Manchester United are reportedly in the running of signing him during this forthcoming transfer window according to the Sport Bild.

With 33 games in all competitions under his belt this season, the German scored 16 goals and provided three assists, leading his team to a 7th-place finish in the Bundesliga.

Liverpool interested in Hoffenheim forward

The 21-year-old has drawn the most interest from Liverpool and Manchester United.

But it has also been stated that Nottingham Forrest is keeping an eye on the young player.

It has been reported that he may be available for as much as £27 million this summer, which is reportedly his contract's release clause.

Despite not having the best aerial skills, the youngster makes up for it with his raw turn of speed, smart footwork, and mobility. Despite favouring his right foot, he did manage five goals this season using his left.

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He can lead the line through the middle, but he can also play on the left, so if Liverpool was his summer destination of choice, this may work against him. With so many choices currently available, such as Cody Gakpo, Diogo Jota, and Luis Diaz.

The emerging star appears to have made an early impression but he is yet to prove it on the big stage in the Premier League. Where many players from the Bundesliga have failed to make the transition, most notably Jadon Sancho, who came to Manchester United for a large sum of money.

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The Reds are aware, though, that their prior dealings with the German team have paid off in the past, particularly with former striker Roberto Firmino, who became a Liverpool fan favourite while he was a player.

Often cited as underappreciated, he reinvented the false nine and became a crucial member of the Liverpool front line alongside teammates Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, under the direction of former manager Jurgen Klopp.

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