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Liverpool could bid for Florian Neuhaus, would be 'perfect match' for Klopp

Liverpool are expected to move for a centre midfielder this summer. The Reds are a man light in the middle after a big exit from the club. Liverpool could soon bid for Florian Neuhaus, Sport1 in Germany believe he could be a perfect match for Jürgen Klopp.

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Gini Wijnaldum exit

Gini Wijnaldum is signing for PSG this summer.

The Dutchman was a near ever-present for Jürgen Klopp during his five years at Anfield.

As a result he leaves the club as a modern day icon.

The Dutchman netted massively important goals and was crucial to the implementation of Klopp’s gegenpressing philosophy.

Considering the amount of games the midfielder played each season signing a successor is an absolute necessity.

Liverpool plotting bid for Florian Neuhaus?

The Reds are in the market for a middle man with plenty of targets rumoured.

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Liverpool will bid for Florian Neuhaus of Borussia Monchengladbach according to AS.

The Spanish outlet has claimed that the Reds will beat competition from Manchester City, paying up to £34m for the German.

Sport1’s Florian Plettenberg has tipped Florian Neuhaus and Jürgen Klopp to make a good per, The Mirror quote the pundit as saying:

“Klopp has shown that he can develop players and I have never heard a player who could not imagine working with him!

“Klopp knows the [agent] of Neuhaus and the [agent] of Neuhaus knows Klopp very well, so it could be the perfect match – he would fit very well.

“Neuhaus is one of the best five midfielders in the Bundesliga.

“He has the quality and the talent to get his breakthrough in a top club and he is playing constantly.”

What RTK has to say

Liverpool making a bid for Florian Neuhaus looks imminent.

There is plenty of talk around the move.

However, Michael Edwards love to surprise us. He could still go for a left field move.

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