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Liverpool "very interested" in Bayer Leverkusen winger

Liverpool "very interested" in Bayer Leverkusen winger

Sport Bild report that Liverpool are "very interested" in acquiring Dutchman Jeremie Frimpong this summer.

Across all competitions, he racked up an incredible 14 goals and 12 assists in his most recent season for Leverkusen.

He played a significant role in Leverkusen's undefeated season, which saw them win both the DFB Pokal Cup and the Bundesliga.

Liverpool "very interested" in Bayer Leverkusen winger

The 23-year-old often plays on the right flank, mostly as a right winger, however he has also been called upon to play right back.

Coach Xabi Alonso has frequently used him because of his versatility.

Competition Time

There is rumoured to be a £33.8 million release clause in Frimpong's current deal, which is why a number of teams are closely monitoring him.

Liverpool are believed to be by far the overwhelming favourite. Though Bayern Munich, Manchester United, and Manchester City are competitors for his signing.

The young emerging talent is thought to be enticed to reunite with Manchester City after graduating from the academy in the past.

Liverpool "very interested" in Bayer Leverkusen winger

The German powerhouse Bayern Munich are apparently "hesitant" to make any formal bids at this time, despite having established initial contact.

This suggests that Liverpool could just need to defeat the Manchester titans this summer.

Beneficial in multiple ways?

With Frimpong joining the backline, Trent Alexander Arnold may have finally found the chance he has been waiting for.

The Scouser keeps demonstrating his midfield prowess and may finally be given his chance there.

Trent and the Reds would both benefit from this deal as it would bring in a more capable full back, as Trent has recently come under fire for his defensive qualities.

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Without a sure, Trent ought to play a significant role in the upcoming campaign since, technically, he is so endowed with his set piece abilities and passing range that he causes a lot of difficulties for opponents.

At £33.8m in the current market, I think the Reds have a great chance to take advantage of this. Especially considering that his value won't increase in response to how well he does at the upcoming EUROs.

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