£60 million Liverpool target not willing to leave Barcelona


Liverpool have reportedly tabled a bid around £60 million for out of favour Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong

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Frenkie De Jong reportedly want stay put at Barca amid interest from Liverpool and Manchester United

There is a need for Jurgen Klopp to strengthen his midfield before the end of this summer transfer window.

A number of names have linked with a move to Anfield with the transfer deadline gradually approaching.

De Jong is one those player who has been touted with a move to join Jurgen Klopp's men, with reports from Spain claiming the Reds have a offer already prepared to be launched for the midfielder.

According to Spanish outlet Sports, De Jong fancies the idea of remaining at Barcelona. Lfc rumour reported earlier that the Dutchman wants to take a pay cut to stay put at Nou Camp.

Why Liverpool are looking for Frenkie De Jong:

De Jong is one player who has caught the interest of Jurgen Klopp times over times, the Reds were linked with the Dutch international when he was at Ajax, before making the move to Barcelona in the summer of 2019.

He was a stand out performer for the Eredivisie giants and made impressive outings for Barcelona before falling down the pecking order at the Cantala club.

What would De Jong add to Liverpool's midfield?

As we have seen in the past, hardly before you can spot a player who has not succeeded under Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool have one of the best manager in the world who can transform and invoke the full potential of a player.

Jurgen Klopp is know for bringing out the best of his stars, Thiago, Virgil van Dijk, Sadio Mane, and once a mediocre player at Chelsea Mohamed Salah, with other names to mention, have been completely transformed by the German.

Should Liverpool pay £60 million for Frenkie De Jong?

At 25 the player still has age on his side , but to be worried about is his form, would he immediately add that pace needed in Jurgen Klopp's midfield? He's the capacity but the Reds paying £60 million at this time could be rather something almost unlikely.

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