Liverpool’s search for midfield reinforcements has reportedly led them to RB Leipzig’s Konrad Laimer – and a move could come as soon as January.
Laimer, 25, enjoyed a career-best season in his last Bundesliga campaign, netting four goals and contributing four assists despite starting in just 15 of the 26 league games in which he featured.
This season, the man with 24 senior international appearances for Austria has started every Bundesliga and Champions League game he has been available for, although a high-ankle sprain has kept him out for six weeks now, and he may not return until January.
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According to Sky Sport Germany, Liverpool are considering going for Laimer in January, six months before the end of his contract with Leipzig.
Laimer is hoping to return from his injury in January, and there could also be interest from Bayern Munich, who sized him up in the last transfer window.
Regardless of what happens with Laimer and the January window, Sky Germany reports Liverpool are planning “significant investment” into their squad at the end of the season.
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– Manchester United are looking at Bayer Leverkusen’s Jeremie Frimpong, 21, and Norwich’s Max Aarons, 22, to compete with Diogo Dalot for their starting right-back role, per The Sun.
– According to The Sun, Arsenal sent scouts to Brazil to watch 21-year-old Palmeiras midfielder Danilo, whom they are interested in making a move for in January.
– GiveMeSport is reporting Manchester United still have interest in PSV’s Cody Gakpo, with recent reports claiming the Dutch club’s financial position could prompt them to accept a bid in the range of £30million.
– Bayer Leverkusen have made Inter left-back Robin Gosens their primary target, with the 28-year-old also attracting interest from Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg, according to Sky Sport Germany’s Florian Plettenberg.
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