Liverpool have already signed two top quality midfielders this summer by hiring the services of Naby Keita and Fabinho.
If reports in the media are anything to go by then the Reds are looking to sign another midfielder in the form of PSG’s Grzegorz Krychowiak.
According to an exclusive report covered by The Sun, Klopp is keen on signing the defensive midfielder and he is lining up a raid to bring him to Liverpool as a replacement for Emre Can, who left Anfield to join Italian champions Juventus.
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The Polish international won two Europa League titles with Sevilla under the management of current Arsenal bossUnai Emery, hence, the Spanish coach opted to bring the midfielder to France after joining Paris Saint-Germain.
However, Krychowiak was mainly a bench warmer in his first season with PSG and he could only start 7 times in the Ligue 1. Last season, he played on loan for West Brom, who got relegated to the Championship.
The 28-year-old star featured in 31 games in all competitions for the Baggies and provided 3 assists. He featured in all three group games for Poland at the 2018 World Cup and scored 1 goal.
The play breaker’s current contract with the French champions will expire in 2021 and he earns (Mirror Sport) £110,000-a-week (€125,000-a-week).