Borussia Dortmund Plans to Raid Liverpool's Camp For Star Player
By Kibetevans-24 | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 22 views
Liverpool have been recently having unimpressive perfomances with the premier league defending champions currently below top four. The Reds have not shown similar perfomances they showcased last season. Jurgen Klopp seems to have been greatly impacted by injury crisis in his squad.
His regular starters Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez have been out of action since last year. The club have been able to sign short term replacements for the injured defenders. The club is also reported planning to release some of their players in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Reports from Signa Iduna Park indicate that Borussia Dortmund are planning on a summer transfer move for Belgian Divock Origi. Origi has not been able to convince Klopp to include him in the starting eleven.
This is despite the fact that the player delivers each time he is called upon. Dortmund have been impressed with the player's capabilities and are ready to launch a bid in the summer transfer window.
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