Reports coming from Anfield claims the Reds are Reportedly targeting Paris Saint Garmin star Kelian Mbape in the summer transfer window.Mbape is currently on form for the France side and he is believed to be one of the best attackng forward in the world currently.the current champions have been struggling to score goals in these campaign struggling to bounce into top four.Mbape is currently on his final year at Paris Saint Garmin and he is ready to secure a move elsewhere when time comes.Star has been linked with several big clubs in Europe the likes of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Manchester City all showing interest in him.The France star has ability to overtake the opponents due to his playing style and pase he has.the Reds are currently Position 7 with 42 points after playing 28 Games and manager has hope of bouncing back into top of the table before season comes to an end.last transfer the Red Brought in the likes of Ozan kabak and Thiago Alcantara but both the star have failed to deliver under Jurgen Klopp.and Klopp is ready to break the bank and bring in some key star when it comes on summer transfer window.
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