Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been reported to have revealed a player he wanted to sign this summer to help the Anfield side in the fight for the Premier League title next season but the club hierarchy refused to sign the star.
According to the Metro, Jurgen Klopp developed strong interests in Monaco star and 21-year-old Aurelien Tchouameni before the French man's move to Real Madrid. The source reveals Jurgen Klopp side ran away due to huge signing fee the French club were demanding something that left Klopp missing to land the midfielder.
Jurgen Klopp knows that he needs to sign young midfielders for the Anfield side to be in the better side in the coming years. The Reds midfield is growing of age and there is a worry that they could fail to replace the midfield at once.
Ours is to wait and see if the Anfield club will opt onto the transfer market and land young midfielders for them to challenge for titles next season.
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